Cold Winter???

   I keep hearing in the media that gas prices are expected to be 50% higher this winter, making it hard for people to keep their homes comfortable in this upcoming hard winter.    I have no quarrel with this story except for the last line… The story always ends with a comment from the…
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Big October Snow

The snowstorm that hit North Dakota this October 4 was certainly not the earliest snowstorm in state history, but it was notable for its ferocity. It began snowing in Dickinson in the early evening of the 3rd. Reports out of there had the total at 15" by morning. The heavy, wet snow took down tree…
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Warm September

For the second straight year we had a warm September. September 2005 finished in the top 10 coming in as the 8th warmest on record. Besides the 1″ plus rain event on September 5th, most of the rest of the month was dry. Too bad our nice warm September (and first couple of days of…
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First Frost?

Hector Int’l briefly dropped down to 34 degrees this morning. NDSU’s thermometer, part of their North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network, dropped to 38 degrees, the Moorhead Municipal Airport dropped to 37 degrees and our cooperative observer dropped to 38 degrees. So in other words, non of the "official" thermometers in town dropped to or below…
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WDAY Almanac

A lot of people don’t know this, but our WDAY weather web site has an Almanac link which has a database allowing the user to go back through the history of weather for Fargo, North Dakota. Find out what the high temperature was the day you were born. See how much snow fell on your…
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