Snowfall totals from around the region as of this morning included 6.4 inches in Moorhead, 8.2 inches in Devils Lake, 4.5 inches in Sabin, Minn., 5 inches in Lidgerwood, N.D., and 4.5 inches in Pelican Rapids, Minn.
The Grand Forks International Airport broke two records Saturday, but it took a frigid, relentless day to make it one for the record books.
Temperatures throughout North Dakota and Minnesota continued to be bitterly cold; forecasters expect temps to return to seasonal normals by the weekend.
2009 generally was colder than normal, setting many records and keeping Grand Forks hopeful for a summer in 2010. But despite being on average 2 degrees colder than normal, the fall went down as the fourth warmest in city records.
The Herald looked through the highs and lows of 2009, literally, to put it all into perspective.
A record amount of rainfall fell Thursday at Fargo’s Hector International Airport. The airport received 1.98 inches, beating the old record of 1.04 inches set in 1907, according to the National Weather Service.
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