What A Month

March 2009 was one of the most remarkable Marches in the record book with it being the snowiest and wettest on record. March 2010 was also a unique month for different reasons. There were two different statistical features last month that I found interesting. The first was the lack of snow. Last year Fargo Moorhead…
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What A Month

March 2009 was one of the most remarkable Marches in the record book with it being the snowiest and wettest on record. March 2010 was also a unique month for different reasons. There were two different statistical features last month that I found interesting. The first was the lack of snow. Last year Fargo Moorhead…
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What A Month

March 2009 was one of the most remarkable Marches in the record book with it being the snowiest and wettest on record. March 2010 was also a unique month for different reasons. There were two different statistical features last month that I found interesting. The first was the lack of snow. Last year Fargo Moorhead…
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First 60

Every spring many of us look forward to reaching the decadal temperature milestones; the first, 50, 60, 70 and finally 80 degree day. We have already recorded our first 50 of the year, so our next milestone is reaching 60 degrees or higher. The long-term average for such an occurrence is April 3, with a…
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The Long Winter

The National Climatic Data Center released their official statistics for the winter of 2009-2010 last week and they verified what most people in the lower 48 states already knew, it was a cold winter. All the states bordering the Gulf of Mexico, plus Oklahoma, Arkansas and South Carolina had a Top 10 coldest winter on…
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