UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA NEWS UND atmospheric scientist weighs in on huge storm ‘Sandy’
Hurricane Sandy is sizing up to be one of more terrifying storms to hit the New England area.
UND Chester Frtiz Distinguished Professor of Atmospheric Sciences Leon Osborne has followed coverage of S... Posted on 10/29/12 at 3:15 PM
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From July through March, Fargo received 25.26 inches of moisture, according to figures compiled by Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota’s state climatologist.
That’s far more than the 14.09 inches during the same period in 1996-97, when the Red River in Fargo peaked at 39.57 inches, and the 17.05 inches in 1896-97, when the river crested at 40.1 feet.
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