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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 >


Thunderstorms on Sunday, August 28, 2016 brought strong winds and large hail to the region once again. Additionally, a large, slow moving supercell produced at least two tornadoes across portions of Polk and Norman counties in northwest Minnesota. Excessive rainfall also fell across areas that saw heavy rains the day previous to this event, resulting in some flash flooding. Below is a preliminary summary of the event.
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