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Today is the 125th straight day that Fargo/Moorhead has had at least one inch of snow on the ground, so yes, it’s been a long time since we’ve seen much grass (most of the area received snow at the same time so would have a similar streak going). Back in the winter of 1996-1997 we…
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Six Pix 3/26/06

SIX PIX FOR 3/26/06From: Jane Heckertfrom Moorhead, MN As embarrassing as this is for me to admit: I’ve learned something new today. When I opened a letter containing this week’s six pix picture from Jane Heckert, I wondered how a wild turkey managed to get itself up five stories and onto the railing of a…
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Nebraska Snow

Here is a Public Information Statement from the National Weather Service in North Platte, Nebraska.  There were other areas in southeastern Nebraska that also got over 1 foot of snow, but here are some totals from central Nebraska: …SIGNIFICANT WINTER STORM BLASTS NEBRASKA…A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPED EARLY IN THE WEEKEND OVER THE DESERTSOUTHWEST…ALLOWING SOUTHERLY…
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Six Pix For 3/19/06

SIX PIX FOR 3/19/06From: Jeff Kronschnabeltaken northeast of Fertile, MN So how does this happen? What you’re looking at is a perfectly round counter-clockwise rotating circle of ice in the Sand Hill River northeast of Fertile, MN. Jeff says in his email that this circle of ice was about 12 to 15 feet in diameter…
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Snow Cover

It’s been so cloudy lately, that it’s been tough to use satellite imagery to show snow cover over the upper-midwest.  I blogged about this last autumn, and finally, Tuesday was sunny enough to show you a visible satellite image.    Most of the white you see on the image below is actually snow cover.  If you…
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