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Old 02-03-2012, 10:51 PM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Urgent - weather message
national weather service bismarck nd
948 pm cst fri feb 3 2012

...dense fog advisory remains in effect for western and central
north dakota through saturday morning...

.areas of dense fog with visibilities of one quarter of a mile or
less will continue through tonight and into saturday morning.
Freezing drizzle will also be possible tonight...which may make
roads slick in spots. Use caution if traveling... Especially at
uncontrolled intersections...railroad crossings and truck entry
points as other vehicles will be difficult to see. Furthermore...
The north dakota highway patrol advises the use of cruise control
on icy roadways can be hazardous.

Ndz001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-041200-
/o.con.kbis.fg.y.0002.000000t0000z-120204t1800z/
divide-burke-renville-bottineau-rolette-williams-mountrail-ward-
mchenry-pierce-mckenzie-dunn-mercer-oliver-mclean-sheridan-wells-
foster-golden valley-billings-stark-morton-burleigh-kidder-
stutsman-slope-hettinger-grant-bowman-adams-sioux-emmons-logan-
la moure-mcintosh-dickey-
including the cities of...crosby...bowbells...mohall...
Bottineau...rolla...williston...new town...minot...towner...
Rugby...watford city...killdeer...beulah...hazen...center...
Garrison...mcclusky...harvey...carrington...beach. ..medora...
Dickinson...mandan...bismarck...steele...jamestown ...marmarth...
Mott...elgin...bowman...hettinger...fort yates...linton...
Napoleon...edgeley...ashley...oakes
948 pm cst fri feb 3 2012 /848 pm mst fri feb 3 2012/

...dense fog advisory remains in effect until noon cst /11 am
mst/ saturday...

* areas of dense fog with visibilities of one quarter of a mile
or less will continue through this afternoon. Dense fog will
become widespread after sunset and will continue through
saturday morning.

* patchy freezing drizzle may make roads slick in spots.

* use low beam headlights and allow extra driving time.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A dense fog advisory means visibilities will be reduced to less
than one quarter mile. If driving...slow down...use your low beam
headlights...and leave plenty of distance between you and the
vehicle ahead of you. Be especially careful at railroad crossings
and near crosswalks.
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Old 02-20-2012, 07:07 AM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Default Winter Weather Advisory, Eastern North Dakota, 2-20-2012

Urgent - winter weather message
national weather service bismarck nd
349 am cst mon feb 20 2012

...winter weather advisory in effect today through this evening
for far south central and southeastern north dakota...

.a low pressure system is forecast to move from colorado this
morning into minnesota by tuesday morning. An inch of snow
accumulation is expected along and east of a line from near
carrington to fort yates. Three to 4 inches of snow is expected
along and southeast of a line from jamestown to ashley...with the
highest accumulations expected in lamoure and dickey counties.
Above freezing temperatures this afternoon will create the
possibility of rain for a few hours as the system exits the area.

The north dakota highway patrol advises motorists to slow down if
visibility or road conditions deteriorate. Dial 511 or visit the
north dakota department of transportation website for current
road conditions.

Ndz037-047-201800-
/o.exa.kbis.ww.y.0004.120220t1200z-120221t0600z/
stutsman-logan-
including the cities of...jamestown...napoleon
349 am cst mon feb 20 2012

...winter weather advisory in effect until midnight cst tonight...

The national weather service in bismarck has issued a winter
weather advisory for 3 to 4 inches of snow...which is in effect until
midnight cst tonight.

* snow is expected to begin this morning over portions of south
central and southeastern north dakota...and last through this evening.

* up to 4 inches of snow is possible...especially over portions
of lamoure and dickey counties.

* roads will become slippery due to falling snow and near
freezing temperatures. Conditions may become hazardous for
newborn livestock.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A winter weather advisory means that snow...sleet...or freezing
rain will cause travel difficulties. Be prepared for slippery
roads and reduced visibilities. Remain alert and do not use the
cruise control in these winter driving conditions.
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Old 02-24-2012, 06:34 AM
 
Location: northwest Minnesota
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Default Winter storm watches for North Dakota sat night into sunday 02/25-26

National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary



National Weather Service Watch Warning Advisory Summary


Fairly widespread 6 inch snow expected northern half of the state....a bit less maybe in the south....

Best snows north of a watford city to garrison to jamestown to fargo line
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Old 02-25-2012, 12:40 AM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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I just spend 2 days of my life that were the worst.. I had to go down to South Dakota to a Dr appointment. I can't remember when weather has been so bad.

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
936 PM CST FRI FEB 24 2012

...SNOW AND WIND TO AFFECT WESTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA
SATURDAY NIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT...

.HAZARDOUS WINTER WEATHER IS EXPECTED ACROSS MOST OF WESTERN AND
CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA THIS WEEKEND. SNOW IS FORECAST TO BEGIN
ACROSS THE FAR WEST LATE SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND SPREAD EAST
THROUGH SUNDAY. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS ARE EXPECTED SUNDAY AND
SUNDAY NIGHT...WHICH MAY LEAD TO AREAS OF BLOWING AND DRIFTING
SNOW.

SNOW AMOUNTS OF 5 TO 9 INCHES ARE EXPECTED FOR LOCATIONS SUCH AS
BOWBELLS...KENMARE...MINOT...BOTTINEAU...ROLLA AND CARRINGTON.
LESSER SNOW AMOUNTS...3 TO 5 INCHES...ARE EXPECTED FOR
WILLISTON...WATFORD CITY...GARRISON...BISMARCK...JAMESTOWN AND
ASHLEY. SNOW AMOUNTS OF 2 TO 3 INCHES CAN BE EXPECTED FROM BEACH
AND DICKINSON...TO LINTON.

A SECOND...AND POTENTIALLY STRONGER STORM SYSTEM IS POSSIBLE
EARLY NEXT WEEK..AND WILL HAVE TO BE CLOSELY MONITORED THROUGH
THE WEEKEND.

NDZ002>005-010>013-022-023-025-251145-
/O.CON.KBIS.WS.W.0002.120226T0600Z-120227T1200Z/
BURKE-RENVILLE-BOTTINEAU-ROLETTE-MOUNTRAIL-WARD-MCHENRY-PIERCE-
SHERIDAN-WELLS-FOSTER-
INCLUDING THE CITIES OF...BOWBELLS...MOHALL...BOTTINEAU...ROLLA...
NEW TOWN...MINOT...TOWNER...RUGBY...MCCLUSKY...HARVEY. ..
CARRINGTON
936 PM CST FRI FEB 24 2012

...WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM MIDNIGHT SATURDAY
NIGHT TO 6 AM CST MONDAY...

* SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO BEGIN LATE SATURDAY NIGHT AND CONTINUE
THROUGH SUNDAY EVENING.

* SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 5 TO 9 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE.

* SIGNIFICANT BLOWING SNOW WITH STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS WILL BE
POSSIBLE SUNDAY AND SUNDAY NIGHT.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

SNOW AND BLOWING SNOW WILL REDUCE VISIBILITIES AND MAKE TRAVEL
VERY HAZARDOUS OR IMPOSSIBLE SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. THE NORTH
DAKOTA STATE PATROL ADVISES...DO NOT USE THE CRUISE CONTROL IN
THESE DANGEROUS WINTER DRIVING CONDITIONS.
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Old 02-25-2012, 12:50 PM
 
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The way the wind's howling out here in western ND today any amount of snow is going to get ugly. Even the little bit we got on Thursday is blowing around.
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Old 02-28-2012, 02:00 PM
 
Location: Fargo, ND
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Dan--
We're hearing widely varying estimates for snowfall in the Fargo-Moorhead area. What's hype & what is realistic? Six inches or sixteen?
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Old 03-01-2012, 08:18 PM
 
Location: northwest Minnesota
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Originally Posted by dutchinnd View Post
Dan--
We're hearing widely varying estimates for snowfall in the Fargo-Moorhead area. What's hype & what is realistic? Six inches or sixteen?
so sorry I didnt see your message here. It was a forecast fail for sure....but sometimes those happen. Obviously ended up closer to the 6....
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Old 03-08-2012, 06:29 AM
 
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Red River Valley.....Some wind and blustery, snowy ground blizzard conditions w/ new powdery snow, all day worsening this afternoon. Check your road conditions before venturing out.
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Old 03-13-2012, 04:21 PM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Default Red Flag Warning, Most of North Dakota, 3-13-2012

Urgent - fire weather message
national weather service bismarck nd
332 pm cdt tue mar 13 2012

...red flag warning most of central and southern north dakota
this afternoon...

.the combination of southerly winds between 20 and 35 mph...
Minimum relative humidities between 15 and 25 percent...dry
vegetation...and grassland fire danger indices in the very high
category...will create the potential for explosive fire growth
across most of central and southern north dakota this afternoon
resulting in a red flag warning remaining in effect through
this afternoon.

Ndz010>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-140000-
/o.con.kbis.fw.w.0004.000000t0000z-120314t0000z/
mountrail-ward-mchenry-pierce-mckenzie-dunn-mercer-oliver-mclean-
sheridan-wells-foster-golden valley-billings-stark-morton-
burleigh-kidder-stutsman-slope-hettinger-grant-bowman-adams-sioux-
emmons-logan-la moure-mcintosh-dickey-
332 pm cdt tue mar 13 2012 /232 pm mdt tue mar 13 2012/

...red flag warning remains in effect until 7 pm cdt /6 pm mdt/
this evening for low humidities...strong winds and dry fuels for
most of western and central north dakota...

* southerly winds of 25 mph with gusts up to 35 mph combined with
low relative humidity and very dry fuels will create the
potential for explosive fire growth.

* expect temperatures in the 60s to mid 70s...relative
humidities as low as 15 percent...and very high grassland fire
danger indices.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A red flag warning means that critical fire weather conditions
are either occurring now...or will shortly. A combination of
strong winds...low relative humidity...and warm temperatures will
create explosive fire growth potential.
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Old 03-14-2012, 04:18 PM
 
Location: Spots Wyoming
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Default Fire Weather Watch, Western Half of ND, 3-14-2012

Urgent - fire weather message
national weather service bismarck nd
354 pm cdt wed mar 14 2012

...a fire weather watch is in effect from late morning friday
through friday evening over all of the west and central except
the far norther tier of counties...

.very warm and dry weather is forecast for friday with high
temperatures well into the 70s with some 80 degree readings
likely. Minimum relative humidity will drop into the teens
southwest and into the 20s to around 30 central. Southerly winds
will increase through the day...to 15 to 25 mph west...and 20 to
30 mph central...especially in the james river valley. The
combination of winds...low relative humidity and dry fuels will
create the potential for explosive fire growth.

Ndz009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-150500-
/o.new.kbis.fw.a.0002.120316t1600z-120317t0200z/
williams-mountrail-ward-mchenry-pierce-mckenzie-dunn-mercer-
oliver-mclean-sheridan-wells-foster-golden valley-billings-stark-
morton-burleigh-kidder-stutsman-slope-hettinger-grant-bowman-
adams-sioux-emmons-logan-la moure-mcintosh-dickey-
354 pm cdt wed mar 14 2012 /254 pm mdt wed mar 14 2012/

...fire weather watch in effect from friday morning through
friday evening for low relative humidity...gusty southerly winds
and very dry vegetation. The watch includes all of west and
central north dakota except the far northern tier of counties
along the canadian border.

The national weather service in bismarck has issued a fire
weather watch for low humidity...gusty winds and dry fuels...which
is in effect from friday morning through friday evening.

* winds will increase to 15 to 25 mph...with 20 to 30 mph likely
in the james river valley.

* friday late morning into the mid evening.

* relative humidity will fall into the teens southwest...to the
20s to around 30 central.

* temperatures will rise into the 70s...with some 80 degree
readings.

* the winds...low relative humidity...and very dry vegetation
will create the potential for explosive fire growth.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A fire weather watch means that critical fire weather conditions
are possible. Listen for later forecasts and possible red flag
warnings.
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