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Extended Outlook: Continued Cold Through Late January

The latest Climate Prediction Center outlooks have below normal temperatures through late January, but then show a transition to warmer than normal temperatures in early February. Read More >

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Another Arctic Plunge with Dangerous Wind Chills

Published 2018-01-14

Wind chills will again become dangerously cold, dropping to 25 to 50 below tonight through Tuesday morning.

We have posted a briefing of our forecast and thoughts on the upcoming winter storm expected to impact the region on January 10-11, 2018.

Published 2018-01-09

Winter Storm to Affect Parts of the Upper Midwest by Midweek

Published 2018-01-08

A strong winter storm is expected to impact the Upper Midwest Wednesday and Thursday. While eastern South Dakota, central Minnesota, and northeast Minnesota will likely see the brunt of the storm impacts are still expected in eastern North Dakota and

Year End Weather & Climate Video

Published 2018-01-02

Here is weather and climate video which looks at December 2017, the year 2017 as a whole, and the outlook into January 2018.

Here is video briefing on the current cold snap, comparisons to a year long gone, and some hope for the future.

Published 2017-12-30

This video contains some interesting facts and figures about the recent cold snap.

December 20th 2017 Winter Storm Summary

Published 2017-12-21

While most locations in eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota received light snow, a swath of heavier snow fell along a line from south of Devils Lake, through Hillsboro and Halstad, to just north of Park Rapids.