Visibility is increasing, but clouds mid week will prevent easy stargazing.
Stargazing this week doesn't have much to offer, but Venus is easily visible if you can peek through the clouds.
If these warmer temperatures have you itching to see some stars, the week ahead will give you ample chances to look for them.
Clear skies hang around all week, and the moon is waning to give us less light pollution.
GRAND FORKS, N.D. -- Strong winds, rapidly dropping temperatures and blowing snow. All make for the perfect conditions for a research project at the University of North Dakota. For these students and professors, their…
Look for planets in the morning with less cloud cover and a moon growing dimmer this week.
Clouds will not completely cover the sky this week so stargazing will be easier than last month. A bright moon might wash out some of the dusk and dawn visibility.
Stargazing will be easier this week than the rest of January with more clear skies on the way. Stars are starting to shine more during the night as well.
As we near the end of January much of the region has a substantial snow pack. In Fargo the snow depth is at 16 inches which is much more than the 7 inches we had last year at this time.…
...RED RIVER BASIN OUTLOOK FOR RIVER FLOOD POTENTIAL... FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE This outlook covers the Red River of the North and its Minnesota and North Dakota tributaries. ...HIGH RISK OF MAJOR FLOODING THIS SPRING ALONG THE MAINSTEM RED…
The moon is starting to hide, but the another planet is coming out. Get all of this week's details here.
Snow Reports from the National Weather Service LOCATION AMOUNT TIME/DATE 1 ENE CROOKSTON 9.5 IN 0630 AM 01/19 SABIN MN 7.2 IN 0835 AM 01/18…
...SNOWFALL REPORTS FROM THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE LOCATION AMOUNT TIME/DATE ELLENDALE 5.0 IN 1200 PM 01/15 PARK RAPIDS 4.5 IN 0350 PM 01/15 NEW YORK MILLS 4.0 IN 0350 PM 01/15 EDGELEY …
Snow and clouds make stargazing difficult tonight, and even after it clears there isn't much to see. Get this week's details right here.