Enjoy The Moment

There is no denying that we live in a cold dominated climate. We certainly have some beautiful weather during our warm season, yet, because the cold lasts far longer than our brief summers, thoughts of winter are never far away. Because of this, several people have inquired about the upcoming winter season. With a La…
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Good Bye Sun

If you are an early riser like myself, or are out enjoying the late evenings, you have likely noticed that the sun is rising later and setting earlier then it did a few weeks ago. Since the Summer Solstice in June, Fargo Moorhead has lost over 30 minutes of daylight in the morning and a…
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First Half

The first half of July continued our recent trend of this area experiencing above average temperatures. The average temperature through the first 17 days of July has been 72.7 degrees which is nearly 3 degrees above average. In fact, this month, so far, ranks as the 2nd warmest July this century, granted, that is only…
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Big Chunks

Among the storm reports from the severe weather last week was some incredibly large hail that fell in portions of south central North Dakota. The hardest hit area was in Sioux County where golfball to softball sized hail was observed. At the Prairie Knights Resort a few hailstones were measured to be 5 inches in…
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Hot Streak

The residents of Fargo Moorhead and much of the rest of the area did not know it at the time, but on this date in 1936 the most intense heat wave since records began was about to end. July 18, 1936 was the 15th straight day with a high temperature at or above 90 degrees.…
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