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Winter Storm Threat Friday & Friday Night

An upper level system will move into the northern Rockies and High Plains Thursday and then move through North Dakota and south central Canada Friday into Friday night. This system will spread moisture over the area and the result will be a band of snow which will develop from northwest into central North Dakota Friday morning and then move east before weakening Friday night. Read More >


A severe storm started in Canada and built south into a very unstable airmass during the afternoon and evening hours of July 19th. This storm produced very large hail and significant wind damage, along with three brief tornadoes. Additionally, heavy rainfall during the event produced areas of street flooding.

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