Author: Rob Kupec

Mountain, ND – Town of the Week 12-3-19

This northern valley town of under 100 was founded by Icelandic immigrants. The northern Red River Valley has one of the largest concentrations of people that trace their ancestry to Iceland. Congratulations Mountain. Categories: North Dakota News, Town Of The Week Tags: ICELANDIC HERITAGE, MOUNTAIN, PEMBINA COUNTY, TOWN OF THE WEEK

Potential New Meteorologist?

Meet Bella

Bella is a 2nd grader from West Fargo. Her parents won a visit to see a KVRR Newscast and learn about the weather center in a silent auction to benefit the Honor Flight. Bella’s favorite part seemed to be trying to draw circles around temperatures in the weather graphics on the green screen in the studio. Categories: Local News, Weather…

Snow Totals from Post Thanksgiving Day Storm

Nov 30 - Dec 1, 2019

…SNOWFALL REPORTS…From the Grand Forks National Weather Service Location Amount Time/Date Provider …Minnesota… …Becker County… Lake Park MN 6.0 S 11.5 in 0700 AM 12/01 COCORAHS Detroit Lakes 10.5 in 1100 AM 12/01 Public 3 NNW Cormorant 10.0 in 1030 AM 12/01 Public 4 S Audubon 9.5 in 0730 AM 12/01 Public Detroit Lakes MN 5.7 N 8.5 in 0730…

Ada, MN – Town of the Week 11-19-19

Ada cruised to victory over Harvey, ND.   Ada was Town of the Week 6 years ago before we even had voting and has never had a chance to be up for Town of the Year.  Congratulations Ada and go Cougars! Categories: Minnesota News, Town Of The Week Tags: ADA, Ada Borup Cougars, NORMAN COUNTY, TOWN OF THE WEEK

Frazee, MN – Town of the Week 11-12-19

Frazee defeated Bagley to win Town of the Week.  We did it a little differently this week because we had so many photos contributed from viewers that we mostly showed those to take a look at the town. Categories: Town Of The Week Tags: FRAZEE, TOWN OF THE WEEK, World’s Largest Turkey

Armistice Day Blizzard – 1940

The Armistice Day Storm on November 11th, 1940 was a massive blizzard in the upper Midwest.  Killing dozens of people and changing weather forecasting across the nation. Chief Meteorologist Rob Kupec has a look back: Categories: Minnesota News, Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: 1940, Armistice Day Blizzard, minnesota