snowfall

Yet another day of snow, plowing and headaches

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Day three of snowfall makes for more headaches on the roads. On Interstate 29 in Fargo, much of the roadway had compacted, heavy snow causing drivers to slow down. A plow driver got creative helping a semi get back on the road. Troopers responded to jackknifed semis and several crashes and spinouts near the Barnesville exit…

Ready or not, winter is on its way

KVRR METEOROLOGISTS MARIAH BUSH AND BRIAN BARRETT JOIN US TO BRING SOME KEY TIPS FOR THE UPCOMING WINTER MONTHS

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Winter is right around the corner. KVRR’s Meteorologists Mariah Bush and Brian Barrett bring some key tips for the upcoming winter months. We’re here to bring you some key survival tips for the upcoming winter. We sat down with Jesse Grabow from Minnesota State Patrol and Melinda Beerends, the head meteorologist in charge at the National…

Minnesotans, North Dakotans wake up to fresh batch of snow

Fargo Public Works stays busy as they clean up the streets after Fargo received over 4 inches of snow.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – We weren’t far from the snow becoming a distant memory until many woke up this morning with a fresh batch of the white stuff outside their windows. Some areas in Minnesota got up to 10 inches of snow. Wind gusts reaching up to 45 miles per hour affected driving conditions east of Moorhead. Meanwhile, Fargo Public…

Families throughout the region enjoy the snow and kick off winter activities

"It's beautiful out, I think it's gorgeous, we're warm, we've got under layers on and everything and I think it's perfect, more people should be out here and enjoying this."

FARGO, N.D. — With this year’s mild winter temperatures, families throughout the region say they are glad to be able to enjoy the outdoors. “Oh very excited, kids are excited we get to finally use our sleds go down the hill and have a good time outside for once,” Moorhead resident, Tony Lewis said. Lewis says it’s a good time…

Fargo Public Works Dept. trains employees for late coming winter

"It's a big responsibility but I think I'm ready for it."

FARGO, N.D. — Unusually warm temperatures has given and opportunity to city workers to better prepare for the winter. “You know, been able to do some equipment training for younger staff, so everybody is familiar with their routes that they’ll be assigned to to plow so we’re ready,” Fargo Public Works Supervisor, Lee Anderson said. Lee Anderson says it’s been a…

Valley City Leaders Declare Flood Emergency

They passed a resolution requesting emergency flood assistance.

VALLEY CITY, N.D .- Last week’s snowfall raised the Sheyenne River beyond flood stage. Now, the Baldhill Dam is being raised to prevent the lake from overflowing. “Right today it’s at 31, 3,100 feet per second, cubic feet per second, and they’re talking about tomorrow going to 3,500 cubic feet per second which takes us to the 15th foot range…