Locally Heavy Snows Fall over North Valley

A fast moving low pressure system produced a narrow band of heavy snow over the northern Red River Valley and upper Devils Lake Basin Friday morning, with locally heavy amounts reported.  The heaviest snows were along a line from the Cando and Munich North Dakota, to Grafton and on into northwest Minnesota.

 

HERE ARE SOME UNOFFICIAL SNOWFALL TOTALS FOR 1/27/2012...
 
NORTH DAKOTA
STARKWEATHER (RAMSEY)...........8.0 INCHES
EDMORE (RAMSEY).................6.0 INCHES
6 SE PENN (RAMSEY)..............5.0 INCHES
DEVILS LAKE (RAMSEY)............5.5 INCHES
LANKIN-PISEK (WALSH)............ESTIMATED 8 TO 10 INCHES
GRAFTON (WALSH).................8.0 INCHES
LANGDON (CAVALIER)..............3.8 INCHES
GRAND FORKS NWS (GRAND FORKS)...3.0 INCHES
NEW ROCKFORD (EDDY).............2.0 INCHES
FARGO (CASS)....................0.2 INCHES
 
MINNESOTA
3 SSE OSLO (POLK)...............6.5 INCHES
WARREN (MARSHALL)...............5.8 INCHES
RED LAKE FALLS (RED LAKE).......4.5 INCHES
NEW YORK MILLS (OTTER TAIL).....2.0 INCHES
8 NE BEMIDJI (BELTARMI).........2.0 INCHES AT 1030 AM -- STILL SNOWING
FERGUS FALLS (OTTER TAIL0.......TRACE

 

 

 

 



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