THE NEW FORTY The risk is rising...
Well here it is today...the news I feared was coming...news that could potentially disrupt a tranquil spring...news of an increased risk of major spring flooding. Well...yippee-ki-yay.
The National W... Posted on 2/21/13 at 9:57 PM
COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN NWS site offers updated wind-wave forecasts
Few things can throw a wrench into a day on the water more than wind, especially on big lakes.
With fishing now in full swing across the region, the National Weather Service office in Grand Forks has... Posted on 6/1/12 at 11:17 AM
UND NEWS UND hosts Northern Plains Convective Storm Symposium Friday
Just in time for Severe Weather Awareness week, the University of North Dakota Department of Atmospheric Sciences will be hosting The Northern Plains Convective Storm Symposium on Friday, May 4 in Cli... Posted on 5/3/12 at 9:18 AM
RURAL REFLECTIONS The Weather Spotters Guide to the Galaxy
Weather and women are similar to me, both beautiful-both a total
mystery. I didnt find the secret to either one this week but was
given some tools to at least begin a rudimentary understanding of the
... Posted on 4/28/12 at 7:00 AM
Red River forecast sees few changes
The latest spring flood outlook released Thursday by the National Weather Service brought more bad news for Devils Lake and minor changes for those living along the Red River and its tributaries.
Takes into account cold with little wind
The National Weather Service may be issuing a new type of weather warning in the next weeks. The NWS offices of North and South Dakota and Minnesota will experiment with issuing “extreme cold warnings,” according to John Paul Martin, warning coordination meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Bismarck.
Keith Norman, Forum Communications Co.
, January 10, 2011
Officials aim for more accurate reports as Devils Lake levels continue to rise
DEVILS LAKE – The National Weather Service urgently needs weather observers in the Devils Lake Basin to help climatologists fine-tune their summer flood forecasts.
Kevin Bonham, Forum Communications Co.
, January 06, 2011
FARGO – Fargo-Moorhead faces a greater than 50 percent chance of fighting its third major flood in as many years, the National Weather Service said today in its first spring flood outlook of the season.
NEW YORK — The National Weather Service sought Friday to determine whether the fury of wind and rain that tore through New York City was a tornado — a storm that toppled trees, peeled away roofs and killed a woman in a car who had just swapped seats with her husband.
Federal task force to release action plan on flooding next week
A “persistent wet cycle” since the mid-1980s has made it hard to predict just how high Devils Lake will rise next year – but it seems likely it could break the record level that was set this summer, National Weather Service officials in Grand Forks said Wednesday.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, September 02, 2010
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