Monthly Archives: March 2020
2020 NDAWN

I am not sure if or how the current COVID-19 pandemic will impact the schedule, but NDAWN, the North Dakota…

Rivers Rising

The Red River from about Fargo and southward is beginning to rise as it has been warm enough to get…

Dry Continues

Through yesterday, Fargo has only recorded 0.23 inches of rain and melted snow since February 1.  That currently ranks as…

Dry Summer?

Believe it or not, one of the most common questions asked of me these days is the prospects of a…

Dry but not Driest

There are many periods of time when it doesn’t seem like it, but this region has a semi-arid climate.  In…

Fargo Dry Stretch

This stretch of weather going back to late January has been one of the driest such periods on record.  From…

Fargo SWE

Some of you may know this, if not, I am the official cooperative weather observer for Fargo.  If you hear…

Vernal

The vernal equinox is coming this Thursday, March 19.  Yes, you heard that right, on the 19th, not the 20th…

Disappearing Snow

Much of North Dakota is now snow free in the sense of not having any snow cover left.  Far western…

Ides of March

This Sunday, March 15, will mark the anniversary of two of the worst blizzards to hit this region since weather…

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