THE WEST WING Work Session 1-29-13
The packet and agenda for Tuesday evening's special meeting and work session can be found on theCity Council web page.
The Parks and Recreation Superintendent will present quotations to... Posted on 1/29/13 at 1:21 PM
STAFF BLOG WDAZ STORMTRACKER WEATHER Leaves and Snow
One of the concerns with the snow storm last week was the potential for power outages. Because the leaves were still on the trees, the surface area that snow can accumulate on was greatly expanded. Wi... Posted on 10/8/12 at 11:00 AM
NORTH VALLEY ARTS COUNCIL Brave the Weather! Enjoy the Arts!
We are strong North Dakotans! (I am sure some of you are also strong Minnesotans!) Weather?!? What Weather?!? Lets not let a little spring snow storm stop us from enjoying the amazing Arts Community i... Posted on 3/22/11 at 11:05 AM
The first major winter storm of the season is over. It leaves in its wake a record amount of snow. A total of 7.3 inches fell in Grand Forks Wednesday, topping the previous record for December 4th by more than an inch. Since Sunday, nearly 10 and a half inches has fallen in Grand Forks.
We're in the middle of the first major snow storm of the season. Just Wednesday, many towns in the north and central portions of North Dakota received six to seven inches of snow on the ground, and more is coming Wednesday night.
This severe weather threatens to dampen the Thanksgiving holiday for millions of Americans. This soaker of a storm is barrelling down on the East Coast, creating headaches for 43 million holiday travelers.
A few cities in our region got some heavy rain and even hail overnight Sunday. A trained weather spotter recorded hail measuring 1.7 inches in diameter about 8 miles north of Lakota just after 10 Sunday night. Hail that same size was also recorded about 10 miles north of Hatton and 11 miles west of Buxton.
People in and around Thief River Falls continued their clean up from storm damage. Friday's thunderstorm brought winds of 60 to 80 miles per hour in the city, and damage just outside the city suggests winds reached over 100 miles per hour.
(AP) - Violent evening storms following a day of triple-digit temperatures wiped out power to more than 2 million people across the eastern United States and caused two fatalities in Virginia — including a 90-year-old woman asleep in bed when a tree slammed into her home, a police spokeswoman said Saturday.
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