Flights Either Canceled or Delayed: How Flyers are Handling Schedule Changes

Since last week's blizzard, flyers haven't had an easy time getting to their next destination

FARGO, N.D. — Almost every flight flying in and out of Hector International Airport has either been delayed or canceled. Since last week’s blizzard, flyers haven’t had an easy time getting to their next destination. One family has been trying to leave the Fargo area for almost 3 days, unable to get a flight out of the city. Another passenger…


Wind Chills to -45 and low visibility

A Blizzard Warning is out until 6pm Monday for the southern Red River Valley. Wind gusts as high as 45 mph are causing localized white out conditions and drifting snow across roadways. Scattered snow and ices is reported on most roadways in eastern North Dakota and no travel is advised in the Minnesota counties in the southern Red River Valley….

Some Businesses Stay Open Despite Closures Throughout F-M Area

Stores in the malls were given the option of whether they wanted to stay open or close early

Many businesses closed because of the storm, but some decided to stay open. The West Acres Mall closed early at 2 p.m., and the Moorhead Center Mall shut their doors at 5 p.m. Stores were given the option of whether or not they wanted to stay open earlier day. Some stayed open based on corporate decisions, but other local store…

Severe Summer Weather and Burn Restrictions Around the Region

These fires aren't the only weather worry in the warmer months

FARGO, N.D. — The burn restriction has been put in place until the vegetation starts to green back up. These fires aren’t the only weather worry in the warmer months. The burn restriction in Clay County may prevent people from starting more grass fires but they are also reminding the community to keep an eye out for live embers. “Previous…

It’s Severe Summer Weather Week in North Dakota: What You Should Look Out For

While tornadoes are not something we see every day, it is important to know they can and do happen here

WEST, FARGO, N.D. — The snow may be gone and our winter jackets may be hung, but that doesn’t mean weather has stopped being dangerous. It is Severe Summer Weather Awareness week in North Dakota, a week held by states nationally as the weather heats up. Officials say there are five major things we need to be looking out for…severe…

Drivers Urged to Be Cautious in Winter Storm

Travelers should plan ahead of time for safety

MOORHEAD, Minn. — With the winter storm this weekend, drivers are recommended to be extra cautious when out on the road. There is expected to be increasing traffic throughout the holiday weekend. Travelers should pay attention to weather forecasts and other information. Officials urge people not to put their personal schedules ahead of safety. They say there have been fewer…

Spring 2018: What Does the Weather Mean for Agriculture?

Looking Ahead to the Planting Season

You wouldn’t know it by looking outside, but spring begins today. For farmers, the start of spring means planting season is right around the corner. And Mother Nature can make or break a farmer’s  yield, depending on what she throws at us in the next few months. This winter was marked with several Arctic outbreaks. “People probably remember these extreme…

Weather Spotters Wanted

CoCoRaHS March Recruitment Drive

Do you think you have what it takes to be a weather spotter? CoCoRaHS or the Community Collaborative, Rain, Hail, and Snow Network is having a recruitment drive all month long to find the next batch of weather observers. Volunteers would measure and then record snow, hail, or rain amounts. The data is then used by emergency managers, scientists, and…

People in the Valley are Ready for the Snow to End

The nice weather is a tease to many in the valley who are itching for spring to arrive

FARGO, ND — The nice weather is a tease to many in the valley who are itching for spring to arrive. People say the cold winter is something they know all too well, but are ready to say goodbye to for the season. The beautiful sunshine had people hoping it was time to put away the shovels and hang up…

Some Big Names Coming to Bluestem Amphitheater This Summer

The nights of listening to music in the nice weather is closer than you may think

  FARGO, ND — The nights of listening to music in the nice weather is closer than you may think. Jade Presents is excited to announce their shows at Bluestem Amphitheater for the upcoming season. They will kick off the summer with Billy Currington on June 10th, then Nathaniel Rateliff on August 7th, Jason Mraz on August 29th and they…