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Old 12-21-2007, 05:55 PM
 
Location: Lake Metigoshe, ND
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I've read that North Dakota is setting record snow falls. Is this true? If so, lets see some pictures of it. Wife and I are moving back next summer and can't wait to see the snow.. Have a happy and save Christmas and New Years. God Bless!!
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Old 12-21-2007, 09:03 PM
 
Location: North Dakota
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It is somewhat spotty. Fargo, GF and the NE part of the state have got the most. I live in Jamestown (100 miles W. of Fargo) and we have received about half of what Fargo has.

So far nothing compared to '96.
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Old 12-21-2007, 09:07 PM
 
Location: northwest Minnesota
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I've read that North Dakota is setting record snow falls. Is this true? If so, lets see some pictures of it. Wife and I are moving back next summer and can't wait to see the snow.. Have a happy and save Christmas and New Years. God Bless!!

Well Mike

Yes and no. Fargo and Grand Forks did have about 6 inches of snowfall on the 5th of December....and this did set a record for amount of snowfall on THAT date.... which when you think of it is not hard to do because 6 inch snows are not very frequent but they do occur several times a year.

Overall this years snowfall and snowcover at least in the eastern part of the state is a bit above average.....For both Fargo and Grand Forks the total season snowfall is around 15 inches with normal to date running about 10.5 inches (this is up thru 12/22). Bismarck and Minot and points west have had considerably less snowfall.

Hope this clears it up some.

Dan NWS Grand Forks
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Old 12-22-2007, 07:03 AM
 
Location: Nebraska
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phhhhhbbbbtttt I hate you all.
All of you, out there, shoveling, walking, feeding up, bringing in the firewood, watching the winds blow the drifts, hooking up your skis and gliding over the fresh snowfall, watching the lakes and ponds go silver with ice, tracking the wildlife through the dusky evening drifts, coming in to the house and knocking the snow and mud from your boots, hanging up all of your outerwear, and complaining about how cold it is while you blow on your fingers to get the blood in them again..

You don't know how lucky you are to have real seasons!!!

Merry Christmas!
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