Already Wet

Winter for climatological statistics is always considered to be December, January and February.  Average precipitation during that stretch varies from about 1.5 inches to 2.3” across north Dakota.  To keep it simple we will just use 2 inches as the overall average.  Using that number pretty much all locations in North Dakota have already recorded… Read more Already Wet

Dry Stretch

Although January finished with above average snowfall for just about all locations, most of that snow came during the first 10 days of the month.  The last 20 days of January, with a few exceptions, saw very little snowfall in North Dakota.   This has been a welcomed relieve when some parts of the region recorded… Read more Dry Stretch