I mentioned last week on how dry November has been at most locations in North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota. Most spots are running well below average. It appears that many of us will see little additional moisture until Saturday, which is of course the last day of the month. Saturday there is potential of a snow storm over at least parts or a high percentage of the region and that snow could contain enough moisture that we end up with yet another month with above average precipitation. It is fairly common in this region that one day makes the difference between a wet or a dry month and depending on how that storm tracks, this month could be another example of that.