Williston NDAWN Upgrade

If you go to our 10 minute page http://ndawn.ndsu.nodak.edu/current.html you will notice Williston has added to the page.  Also upgrades and maintenance has been done to other stations in northcentral and northwestern North Dakota.  Below is an image of our Crosby station taken this morning.  If you are new to the upgrades as we move away from… Read more Williston NDAWN Upgrade

Rising Rivers

The two to three inches of rain that fell to the south of Fargo, in combination with the already saturated ground has rivers in the Red River Valley on the rise.  Below are some of the current projections (expect changes).  More hydrographs can be found here: http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/index.php?wfo=fgf           Daryl Ritchison

Tornado Watch

A Tornado Watch has been issued by the Storm Prediction Center for south central ND until 9:00 PM.  Another Tornado Watch probably will be issued southeast of that watch later today.  Besides the possibility of severe weather, localized heavy rain in excess of 2 inches will be possible in the stronger thunderstorms.      … Read more Tornado Watch

June 18, 1998

Today is my son’s 16th birthday.  This day not only brings memories of the birth of my first child, but also of the weather that was occurring outside our hospital window that afternoon in 1998. An area of low-pressure was moving slowly across the Red River Valley that day triggering pockets of heavy rainfall.  One… Read more June 18, 1998

Eldred is now Live

Current weather for the Eldred NDAWN station is now available online at http://ndawn.ndsu.nodak.edu/current.html Setup a hot link directly to Eldred on the home screen of your smart phone. **Barb Mullins