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Long Term Outlook: Possibly Transitioning to a Drier Period

After a rather cool and rainy last week or so, the area looks to possibly be transitioning towards a drier period. Check out the Climate Prediction Center's outlooks for the last week of May and the first half of June. Read More >

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Surface Fronts & Precipitation Forecasts

  --Discussions-- --Precipitation Forecast Maps--
  Forecast Precipitation Discussion UPDATED 6 hour
  Excessive Rainfall Discussion 6-12 hour Precipitation
  Heavy Snowfall Discussion 12-18 hour Precipitation
   --Surface Forecast Maps-- 18-24 hour Precipitation
   Surface Forecasts from WPC 24-30 hour Precipitation
   Day 1/2 to 2 1/2 Forecast Maps Day 1    Day 2  Day 3     
   Days 3 to 7 Forecast Maps Days 4 & 5  Day 5 total   Day 7 total

Climate and Drought Situational Awareness

Near Term Climate Outlooks
6 to 10 day Outlooks   8 to 14 day Outlooks
Temperature Precipitation   Temperature Precipitation
 
6 to 10 day Upper Air Forecast   8 to 14 day Upper Air Forecast
     
What do these maps mean?
Hazards Outlook
3 to 7 days   8 to 14 days
 
 
Longer Term Climate Outlooks and Drought Monitoring

What do these maps mean?

Monthly Outlooks (Final-updated monthly)   Next Seasons Outlooks
Temperature Precipitation   Temperature Precipitation
 

Monthly Outlooks (Preliminary - issued 3rd Thursday of each month)


CPC Downscaled Climate Outlooks

What do these images represent?

Climate Prediction Center Long Lead Briefing Page
 

 

Drought Monitoring
US North America Soil Moisture

 

 

USGS Hydrographs
North Dakota Minesota