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June 11th Severe Event Review

In the early morning hours on Friday June 11th 2021 (3:00am) a line of severe thunderstorms moved into the Devils Lake Basin, stretching down toward the James River Valley. These storms where moving rather quickly toward the east around 50-55mph. Warnings were issued from the international border toward South Dakota, with damaging winds being the primary threat. Read More >

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