Weather Notes

Snow Totals From Christmas Storm

...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… continue reading ›

Friday 8/7/15 Storm Reports

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. continue reading ›

June 27th Storm Reports

Saturday June 27th brought numerous reports of severe weather to parts of the region, especially eastern North Dakota, as a line of thunderstorms developed and moved along a cold front that swept through in the afternoon. Each dot on the map represents the type and location where severe weather was observed, with the red dots indicating tornado reports, green dots representing hail larger than 1 inch in diameter, and the blue and yellow dots indicated wind reports greater than 58 mph and wind damage.A very strong supercell thunderstorm crossed the international border out of southern Manitoba, and dropped through Cavalier, Pembina, Walsh, Grand Forks, and Trail counties before finally dissipating in northern Cass county. Throughout this path, the storm produced multiple confirmed tornadoes in Pembina, Walsh, and Grand Forks counties, as well as hail the size of golfballs (1.75" diameter). continue reading ›

KVRR Severe Weather Alerts

Fargo-Moorhead Alerts

Grand Forks Alerts