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Extended Outlook: Warmer for Mid-December, Colder for Late December

The latest Climate Prediction Center outlooks favor warmer than normal temperatures and above normal precipitation for North Dakota and Minnesota for mid December. The outlooks then favor colder than normal temperatures over the holidays. Read More >

A quick moving weather system brought 1 to 3 inches of snow to portions of central and eastern North Dakota. Most of the snow fell between Devils Lake and Lisbon, North Dakota. The snow began late Tuesday evening (February 9th) and continued into Wednesday (February 10th). The system had very little wind associated with it, so blowing and drifting snow were not a problem.