Category Archives: Historical Events
Dry August

Clearly the number one topic of conversation lately has been the lack of rain.  Even with the high heat from…

High Heat

The weekend brought some high heat to western North Dakota, but if you were in the southern Red River Valley,…

Warm June

Temperatures so far this month are 2 to 5 degrees warmer than average across much of North Dakota into west…

First Week of May

We are already one week into May.  So far this month has been mostly warm and dry.  April on the…

Black Dust Blizzard

It was 95 years ago this that one of the worst blizzards in modern times was moving through the region. …

October Blizzard

A three day blizzard with massive amounts of snow and huge snow drifts in October?  Your first thought is likely…

Beginning of Dry?

I recently was reading an article online where someone was quoted saying it has been dry this summer because of…

New NDAWN Highest Windspeed Record set at Galesburg

A new record for the highest windspeed ever recorded at an NDAWN station was observed at our station 4 miles…

Temperature Gradient

Yesterday at one time, the temperature ranged from nearly 70° to 12° across North Dakota.  We all know today that…

Exposed Heat

Genuinely “spring-like” days usually do not happen until the snow is mostly melted off the fields because that is when…

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