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Outlooks Favor Above Normal Temperatures & Below Normal Precipitation to End the Month of May

The Climate Prediction Center outlooks favor above normal temperatures and below normal precipitation for eastern North Dakota and the northwest quarter of Minnesota for late May. The outlooks also favor continued warmth into June. Read More >


While most locations in eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota received light snow, a swath of heavier snow fell along a line from south of Devils Lake, through Hillsboro and Halstad, to just north of Park Rapids. The heaviest snow occurred in the Northwood/Hatton ND region with reports of up to 9 inches of snowfall accumulation.
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