You can find a full rundown of the flood outlook in the next article in this section.
.SPRING FLOOD AND WATER RESOURCES OUTLOOK... ...RED RIVER BASIN OUTLOOK FOR RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL... This Outlook covers the Red River of the North and its Minnesota and North Dakota tributaries, from February 19th to May 20th 2017. ...RISK OF SNOW…
...STORM TOTAL SNOWFALL REPORTS FROM AROUND THE AREA... From the Grand Forks NWS HEAVY SNOW REPORTS LOCATION SNOW FALL TIME/DATE (INCHES) OF OBSERVATION LAT LON MINNESOTA ...LAKE OF THE WOODS COUNTY... FLAG ISLAND 4.5 E 830 AM 12/26 49.32N 94.89W…
These are the snow totals from the National Weather Service for November 17-18
Two waves of heavy rain moved from the James River Valley across northeast North Dakota into northern Minnesota on Sunday.
July was a wet month across the area.
For much of our area April will go down as cooler and wetter than average.
Rainfall totals from 3-15-16 from the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network
Thanks to everyone that took a picture with me.
After an active day of weather the previous day, Thursday, the weather on Friday started off very quiet. Clearing skies and lots of sunshine were common across the entire KVRR-TV viewing area through the morning and early afternoon hours. With the returning sunshine, temperatures were able to warm up very quickly, and even made it into the mid and upper 80's in some spots.
On the evening of Tuesday, July 14th at weakly rotating wall cloud passed over Casselton, ND and could be seen from our towercam.