Eastern ND and Northwest MN Weather History

The Weather History for November 8th

11/8/2005
An area of surface low pressure took shape over southeast Montana on tuesday morning (11-8-05). The low tracked east into north central South Dakota, shifted northeast toward Grand Forks, ND, before finally exiting into southwest Ontario. The low, which began at 1006 mb in southeast Montana, rapidly deepened as it moved from Grand Forks into southwest Ontario. By wednesday morning (11-9-05), the low had deepened to 988 mb. With the rapidly deepening surface low pressure system, northwest winds also became quite strong once the low passed into Canada. Tree branches were knocked onto wires in the Fargo-Moorhead area, causing some brief power outages. Garbage cans, lawn furniture, and debris were blown around all across the area. A tree fell on a house in Bemidji, while other fallen trees caused sporadic power outages across northwest Minnesota.

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