STORM TRACKER Dry Autumn
September 2012 was the driest on record in Fargo Moorhead. Only 0.12 inches of rain was recorded that month at Hector Intl which was 0.01 inches less than in September 1974 which was the previous drie... Posted on 12/8/12 at 1:29 PM
With little precipitation in the area and Saturday’s record-breaking temperatures in Dickinson expected to continue today, red flag warnings and fire bans remain in place for southwest North Dakota, officials say.
You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand the ongoing drought in much of North Dakota is continuing to undermine wetlands that are critical to waterfowl. The annual North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s waterfowl breeding ground survey this past May shows there are 70 percent fewer wetlands across the state compared to 2007.
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