The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network, usually referenced as NDAWN upgraded three stations in the past couple of weeks. These stations are near Oakes, Robinson and Hazen North Dakota. The upgrades to these stations include soil moisture data, something that has become more important during this dry summer. Plus, those stations will have snow depth sensors for the upcoming winter, and an all-season rain gauge to measure the liquid in the snow. Those stations also have cameras. So if you live in those areas, or would like to see the images, you can go to NDAWN.info to see the data from those stations and others as well.