Severe Month

June is the month with the highest average precipitation and in turn, the most likely month to experience severe weather.  There will probably be some severe weather in the region today into tonight as a cold front sweeps across the region.  Behind the front, yes, cooler, but as has been the case many times in… Read more Severe Month


Every time we get into a period of several windy or breezy days in a row, I tend to get a lot of inquiries as to if it is windier than it use to be, or is this unusual for the time of year.  There is no doubt this past weekend was windy and Sunday… Read more Wind

Spray Season

June is a big month for spraying.  This is a reminder that The North Dakota Agricultural Weather Service usually referenced as NDAWN has an APP that warns you when inversions are in place.  Inversions are when the air above the ground is warmer than the air near the ground.  The cooler air near the ground… Read more Spray Season

Cooler and Drier

The cold front has pushed east of the area and therefore expect the cooler weather to continue today and tomorrow, but a gradual warmup is expected through the weekend.  The warmer weather will allow areas that have too wet to begin the drying off process.  If you’re in you’re in locations that didn’t record much… Read more Cooler and Drier

Dry to Wet

You’ve probably heard it before, but the past 72 hours makes the old English proverb of “there is no debt so surely met as wet to dry and dry to wet” quite true.  It may be hard to believe for some of you, but the overall pattern is still generally dry, but the combination of… Read more Dry to Wet