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Published March 02, 2012, 05:28 PM

Grand Forks Has Second-warmest Winter Ever

(AP) — The National Weather Service says preliminary data show that Grand Forks has had its second-warmest winter with an average temperature of 19.2 degrees. The warmest winter ever was in 1983 with an average 19.6 degrees.

By: Associated Press, WDAZ

(AP) — The National Weather Service says preliminary data show that Grand Forks has had its second-warmest winter with an average temperature of 19.2 degrees. The warmest winter ever was in 1983 with an average 19.6 degrees.

Fargo had its warmest winter on record with the average temperature from December 1 to February 29 was 22.1 degrees, passing the record of 22 set in 1987.

The weather service says December, January and February are the meteorological winter months.


Copyright 2012 The Associated Press.

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