Missing

I will be on an extended vacation.  You can read John and Rob’s weather talks on http://www.inforum.com (they are usually in the news section, but you can search for them) during my absence.  I may post a thing or two on this site when I’m gone, or you can check out my travel blog here:…
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Hot And Cold

There has been strong temperature contrasts across the lower 48 states so far this summer. The northeastern third of the country has experienced very little summer weather since Memorial Day weekend. Much of New England has been rainy and very cool. Portland, Maine has recorded four out of their top-ten coolest July high temperatures ever…
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One Hundred Ten

Since records began, Fargo Moorhead has hit 110 degrees or higher only three times. Two of those times were during the most intense heat wave recorded in this region. For fifteen straight days, July 4-18, 1936, the temperature was at or above 90 degrees and on nine of those days it was over 100 degrees.…
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Windless Season

July puts us into the doldrums of our summer season. Average temperatures have stabilized and will fluctuate very little over the course of the next few weeks. The average high temperature is currently 82 degrees and will only climb one more degree on July 17 and then remain at 83 degrees until August 11. Our…
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Snow Season

As we move through July our focus is on thunderstorms and hot summer days, but July also marks the beginning of the new snow season. Rainfall records are kept on a yearly basis, from January to December, but snowfall records are recorded from July 1 through June 30. Our snow season that just ended finished…
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