Blizzard Details Here

Here are some snow totals from the weekend blizzard.  The heaviest snow amounts were in the southern Red River Valley into west central Minnesota, where a foot or more of  snow fell.  Lighter amounts were found to the north near the Canadian border.  

 NORTH DAKOTA                    2-DAY SNOW FALL
  LOCATION (COUNTY):             AMT(IN) REPORTS

  HAVANA (SARGENT).................14.0     (2)
  FARGO (CASS).....................10.1     (2)
  LIDGERWOOD (RICHLAND)............10.0     (2)
  FORMAN (SARGENT).................10.0     (2)
  VALLEY CITY (BARNES).............10.0     (2)
  GWINNER (SARGENT).................9.0     (1)
  SE GRAND FORKS (GRAND FORKS)......7.0     (2)
  GRAND FORKS NWS (GRAND FORKS).....5.7     (2)
  GRAND FORKS AIRPORT (GRAND FORKS).5.4     (2)
  STARKWEATHER (RAMSEY).............5.0     (2)
  COOPERSTOWN (GRIGGS)..............5.0     (2)
  MAYVILLE (TRAILL).................4.0     (2)
  LANKIN 9SW (WALSH)................3.5     (2)
  CHURCHS FERRY (RAMSEY)............2.5     (2)
  LANGDON EXP FARM (CAVALIER).......2.1     (2)
  PEMBINA (PEMBINA).................1.6     (2)
  HANSBORO (TOWNER).................1.3     (2)
  SARLES POINT OF ENTRY (TOWNER)....1.2     (2)

MINNESOTA                        2-DAY SNOW FALL
  LOCATION (COUNTY):             AMT(IN) REPORTS
  BRECKENRIDGE (WILKIN)............15.0     (2)
  DALTON 3S (OTTER TAIL)...........14.4     (2)
  PHELPS MILL (OTTER TAIL).........13.0     (2)
  SEBEKA (WADENA)..................12.0     (2)
  MOORHEAD (CLAY)..................10.1     (2)
  WADENA (WADENA)..................10.0     (2)
  SABIN (CLAY)......................9.8     (2)
  WHEATON (TRAVERSE)................9.4     (2)
  TAMARAC WIDLIFE REFUGE (BECKER)...9.0     (2)
  LONG LOST LAKE (CLEARWATER).......9.0     (2)
  ITASCA U OF M (CLEARWATER)........8.8     (2)
  WASKISK (BELTRAMI)................8.5     (2)
  RED LAKE FALLS (RED LAKE).........4.7     (2)
  GREENBUSH (ROSEAU)................3.5     (2)
  CAMP NORRIS DNR (LOW).............2.5     (2)
  LANCASTER (KITTSON)...............2.5     (2)
  WARROAD(ROSEAU)...................2.0     (1)
  ARGYLE (MARSHALL).................2.0     (1)

 

STORM TOTAL

Event Total From December 13-14, 2008

 

 ...PEAK WIND GUSTS FROM THE STORM...

LOCATION        PEAK WIND GUST   TIME OF OCCURRENCE
BROOKS /2 S/ MN      42 MPH         930 AM CST
CROOKSTON MN         46 MPH         336 PM CST
DAZEY /2 E/ ND       44 MPH         100 PM CST
DONALDSON MN         48 MPH         859 AM CST
FARGO ND             52 MPH         108 PM CST
FINGAL /4 W/ MN      42 MPH         100 PM CST
ELDRED /2 W/ MN      47 MPH         300 PM CST
HILLSBORO /6 S/ ND   43 MPH         1100 AM CST
GRAFTON /10 E/ ND    41 MPH         1100 AM CST
GRAND FORKS ND       48 MPH         1216 PM CST
LAKE PARK /2 SE/ MN  43 MPH         129 PM CST
MAHNOMEN /2 SSE/ MN  47 MPH         347 PM CST
MARION /3 S/ ND      47 MPH         1200 PM CST
MAYVILLE /5 E/ ND    46 MPH         1000 AM CST
MCHENRY /8 N/ ND     42 MPH         1000 AM CST
MOORHEAD MN          51 MPH         1114 AM CST
PERLEY /6 E/ MN      43 MPH         900 AM CST
PILLSBURY /1 N/ ND   46 MPH         800 AM CST
PROSPER /5 NW/ ND    49 MPH         900 AM CST
ROTHSAY MN           43 MPH         857 AM CST
TENNEY MN            49 MPH         242 PM CST
WAHPETON ND          47 MPH         1235 PM CST
WALCOTT /9 W/        47 MPH         1200 AM CST



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