Monthly Archives: December 2014
2014 in Review

It is often customary at the end of a year to look back at the events of the previous 365 days…

12/31/14: Wind

A strong pressure gradient has set up in the upper Midwest as the strong Arctic high pressure center has moved…

12/30/14: A Clipperathon

Most home barometers have a range from 29.00 inches of mercury (Hg) to 31.00 inches of Hg.  If you happen…

12/29/14: Ending Cold

Temperatures this morning were all below zero °F across the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network (NDAWN).  The warmest readings were…

12/24/14: The Cooldown

There is an area of low pressure in Saskatchewan this morning, heading east.  This will do a couple of things…

12/23/14: Touch of Snow

There is a narrow band of light snow across the southern Red River Valley this morning.  This will slowly work…

Record High Minimums: December 20 through 22, 2014

Here are some the record high minimums that were recorded over the past few days in Fargo and Grand Forks….

12/22/14: Trending Colder

A low pressure center is located near Aberdeen, South Dakota this morning moving slowly easterly.  The low will eventually fade…

12/19/14: Warmer to Colder

The cloud cover that moved into the region yesterday did as expected keep the overnight minimum temperatures much warmer than…

12/18/14: The Santa Bomb

High pressure is shifting to the east this morning and that movement will continue today.  That will bring a southerly…

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