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Extended Outlook: Shifting Back to Colder than Normal for Late December

The latest Climate Prediction Center outlooks have shifted back to colder than normal temperatures and above normal precipitation for eastern North Dakota and the northwest quarter of Minnesota for the second half of December. Read More >

Overview

A line of thunderstorms moved through eastern North Dakota and Northwest Minnesota on the morning of June 17th, producing damage from large hail, winds, and flooding. Ahead of the east-west moving line of storms, a nearly stationary NE to SW line of thunderstorms indundated parts of northeast ND and northwest MN with over 2 inches of rain. Roads were closed in areas. Also, the broadscale 70 to 80 mph winds (gusts possibly pushing 90 mph in some locales) snapped trees and produced significant structural damage across parts of the region. Additional information will be released as it becomes available.

 

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