STAFF BLOG WDAZ STORMTRACKER WEATHER March Cold Record
By now many of you may have heard that both Fargo Moorhead and Grand Forks set a record on Saturday, March 1 for the coldest high temperature not only for that date, but also for the month of March. T... Posted on 3/4/14 at 8:22 AM
HEALTH BEAT The 'shiver' diet? Don't we wish
We hardy inhabitants of the Snow Belt have joked for years about the calories we (theoretically) burn from shivering our way through winter.
But wait - could there be scientific evidence supporting s... Posted on 2/5/14 at 12:13 PM
MS. SIMPLICITY The Long Winter
Too many cold days. Too many snow days. The book that Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote called "The Long Winter" was indeed a cautionary tale. Let's face it, we are all going a little stir crazy! We start ... Posted on 1/24/14 at 8:14 AM
CHEF JEFF Greek Potato Salad
Potato salad is not exclusive to the Americas. It comes in many forms and is extremely popular worldwide. And just about everyone has a favorite potato salad recipe.
Of course, like most other people... Posted on 1/28/13 at 2:56 PM
COMPASS POINTS No desire to fish in this cold
A co-worker came up to my desk this morning and said, You probably wish you were ice fishing on a day like this.
He knows me well enough to know there was a time I wouldnt have hesitated to hit the i... Posted on 1/21/13 at 12:04 PM
A polar vortex is to blame for putting the Red River Valley, and the rest of the country in a deep freeze. While the region is still under a wind chill warning, officials say conditions will improve this weekend.
GF beats Bismarck, Fargo for the 2nd top spot
(WDAZ-TV) - While we're finally dealing with truly cold temperatures in the region, a popular news website says Grand Forks is the second coldest city in the country, right behind Fairbanks, AK.
The National Weather Service has issued wind chill warning for the area, remaining in effect until noon on Wednesday.
The NWS says bitterly cold arctic air has settled over the northern plains. Frigid temperatures are combining with winds of up to 15 mph.
Winter weather and wind chill advisories for Thursday make staying inside sound like a great idea. Not everyone can, of course, and students who go to classes everyday at the University of North Dakota typically do not have that choice.
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