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2019 Flood Outlook Predicts Major Flood on Red River

Snowstorm after snowstorm followed by temperatures well below average. So far this winter we’ve seen the perfect conditions for the snow to continue to pile up. “Typical scenario would already have us starting to get an average high temperature above 32 degrees. We should start seeing some melting and refreezing at night in the coming week. Well, we’re not going…

Astronomy Update

Weather is not great for stargazing, but there is at least something to see if you can get a break from the clouds.  A big, bright moon will keep the sky lit up. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: jupiter, mars, mercury, moon, saturn, venus

Snow Totals for Feb 3-4, 2019

From the National Weather Service

…SNOWFALL REPORTS AS OF 11 AM MONDAY FEBRUARY 4TH 2019… LOCATION AMOUNT TIME/DATE PROVIDER 2 N PETERSBURG 9.5 IN 0700 AM 02/04 COOP HALLOCK 9.0 IN 0900 AM 02/04 COOP 1 N HOLT 9.0 IN 0714 AM 02/04 PUBLIC ARGYLE 8.2 IN 0938 AM 02/04 COOP 3 N DAVIDSON 8.0 IN 0750 AM 02/04 PUBLIC 1 S CROOKSTON 8.0 IN…

Lowest Wind Chills for 1-29-19

…COLDEST WIND CHILL REPORTS OVER THE PAST 48 HOURS… LOCATION TEMP TIME/DATE PROVIDER PONSFORD MN 10 N (CWOP) -66 F 0618 PM 01/29 CWOP FLAG ISLAND MN (AWOS) -65 F 0735 AM 01/30 ASOS LAKE PARK MN (DOT) -64 F 0545 PM 01/29 MNDOT BROOKS MN (DOT) -64 F 0545 PM 01/29 MNDOT PARK RAPIDS MN (AIRPORT) -64 F 0753…

Astronomy Update

With the frigid temperatures this week, stargazing outside for long is not the safest.  Not much has changed, but in the mornings we are seeing more planets rise just before the sun. Categories: Weather Blog, Weather Notes Tags: astronomy, jupiter, mars, moon, SPACE, venus