Camera Views

NDAWN, the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network, has cameras on 58 weather stations through North Dakota and the Red River Valley in Minnesota.  These cameras give a look at the current weather conditions, but also are used to see road conditions and crop progress across the state.  In addition, in the past 3 weeks, these cameras have been used to observe two tornadoes.   There have only been 7 tornadoes reported in the state so far this year and the NDAWN cameras have been able to detect two of them.  If you’d like to see the images from these cameras, which are updated every 10 minutes, you can find them at

Daryl Ritchison