THE DULLUM FILE Night of the (Frozen) Iguana
In an effort to shake off some of this winter's cold, Ginny and I decided to head south for a few days, about as far south as we could without having to break out our passports. We ended up in Ft. Mey... Posted on 1/29/20 at 6:12 PM
NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Smoke from distant wildfires visible in Northland
Smoke from wildfires as far away as northern Alberta was covering Northland skies Thursday.
The National Weather Service in Duluth said skies were otherwise clear, but that smoke from Canada was... Posted on 5/31/19 at 7:00 AM
ASTRO BOB What Will the Weather Be Like on Eclipse Day?
Everyone hoping to see the eclipse all share one thought will it be clear? Looking into weather trends from previous Augusts, the western half of the path stands a better chance of clear skies than... Posted on 8/8/17 at 5:03 PM
NIE ROCKS! Ground Hog Day
Information and activities are from KRP's Ultimate Holiday Activity Guide and Understanding Weather from the NIE Institute.
Does the groundhog seeing his shadow on Groundhog Day really mean anything?... Posted on 2/2/17 at 2:41 AM
STAFF BLOG BISON MEDIA BLOG Thursday's hot links
We call this entry the hot links, but cold links might be more appropriate. In Frisco, the temperatures are downright chilly. It certainly won't be T-shirt weather for most of the fans on Saturday.
... Posted on 1/8/15 at 9:50 AM
We know our weather is often windy in the Red River Valley. We have more blizzards than anywhere else in the United States – owing to long winters with snow on the ground and flat terrain that lets the wind flow unimpeded.
It appears that parts of Texas are finally going to get some rain. Much of western Texas and Oklahoma have been as deficient of rainfall as California.
In fact, the Southern Plains and California are both in an ongoing drought for the same reason.
MIAMI - The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Thursday predicted a "near or below normal" 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, with eight to 13 tropical storms and three to six hurricanes, one or two of which would reach major Category 3 status.
One of the largest and best-known storms is getting smaller. Jupiter’s Great Red Spot, which has captured the attention of anyone with even the slightest interest in astronomy, is not just shrinking but shrinking at an increasing rate.
Going into Sunday night, the Fargo-Moorhead region was going on six days without measurable rain. On three of those days, there had been trace amounts, but there had been no real rainfall for almost a week.
GRAND FORKS – Wes Rogers remembers well June 17, 2010, the day a series of twisters tore through an area stretching from Grand Forks County to central Polk County in Minnesota and as far as Wadena County.
Kevin Bonham / Forum News Service
May 18, 2014
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