Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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AWUS83 KFGF 061619
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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
1119 AM CDT WED MAY 6 2015

THE RAIN HAS BEEN SLOW TO SPREAD INTO THE AREA TODAY...AND HAS BEEN
COMING IN BANDS. THEREFORE AMOUNTS SO FAR HAVE BEEN ON THE LIGHT
SIDE OR GENERALLY AROUND A TENTH OF AN INCH. THROUGH THE REST OF THE
DAY...EXPECT MORE OF THESE BANDS TO LIFT INTO THE AREA WITH AMOUNTS
GENERALLY REMAINING AROUND OR BELOW A QUARTER INCH. THE STEADY RAIN
WILL LINGER INTO THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT...BEFORE FINALLY
SHIFTING OFF TO THE EAST. ALL TOLD...MOST OF THE AREA SHOULD SEE
RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF A HALF TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH. OF COURSE
THERE ARE ALWAYS AREAS THAT MAY SEE SLIGHTLY MORE OR LESS. AFTER THE
RAINFALL FINALLY EXITS OFF TO THE EAST THERE WILL BE SOME COOL DAYS
AND COOL MORNINGS FOR LATE WEEK INTO THE UPCOMING WEEKEND. FOR THOSE
WHO HAVE TENDER VEGETATION PLANTED...FROSTS OR FREEZES LOOK POSSIBLE
BEGINNING THURSDAY NIGHT ACROSS THE LANGDON TO DEVILS LAKE CORRIDOR.
STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THESE COOL TEMPERATURES.

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