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June 11th Severe Event Review

In the early morning hours on Friday June 11th 2021 (3:00am) a line of severe thunderstorms moved into the Devils Lake Basin, stretching down toward the James River Valley. These storms where moving rather quickly toward the east around 50-55mph. Warnings were issued from the international border toward South Dakota, with damaging winds being the primary threat. Read More >

Overview

A strong arctic cold front rushed through the eastern Dakotas and western Minnesota during the early morning hours on Wednesday, February 12th. The front brought light snow, strong winds, and frigid temperatures that combined to create blizzard conditions through the Red River Valley. Blizzard conditions began during the pre-dawn hours and lasted well into the early afternoon causing impacts along the I-29 corridor for the morning commute. Numerous vehicle accidents were reported across eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota. 
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