Category: Weather

Late Winter Storm for ND

National Weather Service Key Messages● Impactful winter storm across much of western and central North Dakota tonight throughMonday, with the greatest impacts along and south of Interstate 94.● Medium chances of at least 12 inches of snow, generally along and south of Interstate 94.● Greatest uncertainty in snow amounts remains between Highway 2 and Interstate […]
by The Dakotan
March 22, 2024

Winter Weather Returns

Two Snow Events Likely Key Messages ● High chances (90%) for accumulating snow Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening. ● Highest snow amounts Wednesday afternoon through Thursday evening expected from Williston to Bismarck and Jamestown to Lisbon, North Dakota. ● Medium to high chances for more impactful winter weather this weekend, especially southern North Dakota. A […]
by Kim Fundingsland
March 19, 2024

There’s Always Tomorrow

A Slice of Life When does Spring arrive? Seems like the answer is always tomorrow, but then I’ve grown accustomed to disappointment over my many years in North Dakota. I enjoy the changing of the seasons, others do too, but my patience is quite limited when it comes to Spring. It’s a struggle for me […]
by Kim Fundingsland
March 17, 2024

Sakakawea Outlook Sinks Again

Peak for 2024 Reached in January RIVERDALE – The Missouri River Basin runoff forecast has dropped considerably from one month ago. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers latest projections for snowmelt runoff into the system is now just 66% of normal. A month ago, that number was 73%. According to the Corps’ March outlook, 17.0-million-acre […]
by Kim Fundingsland
March 6, 2024

Winter Weather Advisory

National Weather Service Winter Weather AdvisoryURGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGENational Weather Service Bismarck ND130 PM CST Sat Mar 2 2024 NDZ009>011-017>019-021-030330-/O.CON.KBIS.WW.Y.0007.240303T0000Z-240304T1200Z/Williams-Mountrail-Ward-McKenzie-Dunn-Mercer-McLean-Including the cities of Parshall, Watford City, Killdeer,Stanley, Beulah, Hazen, New Town, Halliday, Underwood, Wilton,Washburn, Minot, Garrison, Turtle Lake, and Williston130 PM CST Sat Mar 2 2024 /1230 PM MST Sat Mar 2 2024/ …WINTER […]
by The Dakotan
March 1, 2024

Spring Outlook for Souris River

Runoff Potential Very Minimal MINOT – This spring’s runoff into the Souris River basin is more likely to be measured in ounces than in acre feet. Snow cover is either gone or very minimal throughout the drainage with developing drought conditions becoming a major concern. The latest Flood Potential Outlook for the Souris River, issued […]
by Kim Fundingsland
February 29, 2024

Saskatchewan Runoff Outlook

Dry Conditions Prevail Any runoff from spring snowmelt into the Souris River Basin will be limited. That is the take-away from preliminary analysis of the basin by the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency. Due to its potential for exceeding its banks the Souris River drainage is closely monitored for snowpack water content, soil moisture conditions, and […]
by Kim Fundingsland
February 28, 2024

Game and Fish Advises Early Fish House Removal

ND Game and Fish release While the deadline for removing permanent fish houses from North Dakota lakes is March 15, the state Game and Fish Department is urging anglers to consider removing their houses early in areas of the state where ice conditions are deteriorating.Given the current long-range weather forecast predicting temperatures well above normal, […]
by The Dakotan
February 20, 2024

Long Range WX Outlook

El Nino to La Nina Likely Enjoy it while you can. That is the underlying message in the latest long-range weather outlook issued by the Climate Prediction Center. This winter is destined to go into the record book as one of the warmest ever for North Dakota, thanks to a strong El Nino. El Nino […]
by Kim Fundingsland
February 19, 2024
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