STORM TRACKER First Half
The first half of 2010 was a significant turnaround from what we experienced the past two years. Both 2008 and 2009 started cool with temperatures during the first six months of both years ending aro... Posted on 7/5/10 at 4:27 AM
THE NEW FORTY Acclimatization or Alaska - it depends on the temperature...
I am staying home sick today as my sinus cavities seem to be having a convention and the attendees are packed in to the extent that my head feels like one of those giant head balloon characters in the... Posted on 10/15/09 at 2:42 AM
Grand Forks is forecast to break a 109-year-old local record: the latest 50-degree day. National Weather Service forecasts for the next seven days do not call for 50-degree temperatures in Grand Forks, and the current record is April 21, set in 1904. Fargo broke its record, set April 17, 1881, on Wednesday, and is still without a 50-degree day.
July in Grand Forks was the warmest on record, according to preliminary monthly reports on the National Weather Service website. The average temperature in July was 74.8 degrees, 6.2 above the normal temperature for the month.
The mercury climbed into the 90s across half the country Wednesday in a record-breaking blast of August-like heat, forcing schools with no air conditioning to let kids go home early and cities to open cooling centers. And scientists say we had better get used to it.
It was a top 10 sort of month all around, as October came in as the seventh-coldest and eighth-wettest on record in Grand Forks, according to data reported by John Hoppes, a forecaster with the National Weather Service office.
High temperatures and a record rainfall melted snow and filled Grand Forks city streets with water Monday and Tuesday, but it’s nowhere close to normal springtime weather.
February 10, 2009
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