Current Conditions   (Select Refresh to Update]

Updated: 9:58pm on 3/21/15
(North Moorhead, Mn )
Currently:
25.0
Clear
Overcast
High: 26.1 
(3:36pm) 
Low: 15.4 
(5:04am)
Normal High:  39  Record:   76  (1910)
Normal Low:   22  Record:   -12  (1965)
Wind @ Fargo's Airport NE 9 gust to 9 mph
Wind @ Mhd's Airport NNE 5 gust to 5 mph
Wind @  My House NNE 7mph
Today's Peak Wind - My House 15 mph (5:33am)
Dew Point 10.3°F
Humidity 53%
Wind Chill / Average 20.0F / 21.7F
Pressure: 30.31 in & Steady
Pressure:  Daily High/Low 30.40 / 30.24
Temp 24 Hrs Ago 27.8

Sun & Moon Rise - Sets

Moon Phase

Sunrise:  
7:26am
Moonrise: 
8:09am
Sunset: 
7:39pm
Moonset:  
9:41pm

Moon Phase:
4%

Liquid Precipitation Totals

Today 0.00 
Monthly: 0.03
Yearly: 1.00

Official Snow Totals (July to June)

Today 0.0
Monthly 0.2
Snow Depth 0.0
Yearly 15.8
Average Yearly Snowfall 50.1

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Local Warnings

Fargo  
No Warnings
Moorhead   
No Warnings
Detroit Lakes   
No Warnings
Bemidji  
No Warnings
Fergus Falls  
No Warnings
Devils Lake  
No Warnings
Grand Forks  
No Warnings
Jamestown  
Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 2:09 PM MDT on March 21, 2015/

WarningSum:...Multiple Periods Of Rain Or Snow Expected Through Early Next
Week...

Warning Message:Snow will develop over many parts of the area tonight...with a
period of rain...freezing rain...or sleet also possible this
evening over portions of far western North Dakota. The greatest
snowfall amounts will be along and north of Highway 52 where
between 2 and 4 inches are expected.
For Tuesday into Wednesday...another system will impact North
Dakota bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region. There is
still much uncertainty on the exact track of this system...but at
this time the greatest snowfall amounts appear to be north
of Highway 2 where between 3 and 5 inches are possible.
Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...your favorite media outlet...or
to www.Weather.Gov/Bismarck for the latest updates.
309 PM CDT Sat Mar 21 2015 /209 PM MDT Sat Mar 21 2015/
...Multiple periods of rain or snow expected through early next
week...
Snow will develop over many parts of the area tonight...with a
period of rain...freezing rain...or sleet also possible this
evening over portions of far western North Dakota. The greatest
snowfall amounts will be along and north of Highway 52 where
between 2 and 4 inches are expected.
For Tuesday into Wednesday...another system will impact North
Dakota bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region. There is
still much uncertainty on the exact track of this system...but at
this time the greatest snowfall amounts appear to be north
of Highway 2 where between 3 and 5 inches are possible.
Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...your favorite media outlet...or
to www.Weather.Gov/Bismarck for the latest updates.
        

Bismarck  
Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 2:09 PM MDT on March 21, 2015/

WarningSum:...Multiple Periods Of Rain Or Snow Expected Through Early Next
Week...

Warning Message:Snow will develop over many parts of the area tonight...with a
period of rain...freezing rain...or sleet also possible this
evening over portions of far western North Dakota. The greatest
snowfall amounts will be along and north of Highway 52 where
between 2 and 4 inches are expected.
For Tuesday into Wednesday...another system will impact North
Dakota bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region. There is
still much uncertainty on the exact track of this system...but at
this time the greatest snowfall amounts appear to be north
of Highway 2 where between 3 and 5 inches are possible.
Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...your favorite media outlet...or
to www.Weather.Gov/Bismarck for the latest updates.
309 PM CDT Sat Mar 21 2015 /209 PM MDT Sat Mar 21 2015/
...Multiple periods of rain or snow expected through early next
week...
Snow will develop over many parts of the area tonight...with a
period of rain...freezing rain...or sleet also possible this
evening over portions of far western North Dakota. The greatest
snowfall amounts will be along and north of Highway 52 where
between 2 and 4 inches are expected.
For Tuesday into Wednesday...another system will impact North
Dakota bringing a mix of rain and snow to the region. There is
still much uncertainty on the exact track of this system...but at
this time the greatest snowfall amounts appear to be north
of Highway 2 where between 3 and 5 inches are possible.
Stay tuned to NOAA Weather Radio...your favorite media outlet...or
to www.Weather.Gov/Bismarck for the latest updates.
        

Minneapolis  
Warning Description: Winter Weather Advisory

Warning Date: 8:44 PM CDT on March 21, 2015

WarningSum:...Winter Weather Advisory Remains In Effect From 11 Am Sunday To
1 Am Cdt Monday...

Warning Message:* timing: a mix of rain and snow will quickly become moderate to 
  heavy snow by Sunday afternoon. The snow will taper off by mid 
  Sunday evening. 
* Snowfall accumulations: 3 to 6 inches. Localized totals 
  exceeding 6 inches are possible. 
* Impacts: travel may be difficult Sunday afternoon and evening.
Precautionary/preparedness actions...
A Winter Weather Advisory for snow means that periods of snow
will cause primarily travel difficulties. Be prepared for snow
covered roads and limited visibilities...and use caution while
driving.
        

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Hunter and Haley my Grandchildren 2008/2013

 

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