STAFF BLOG WDAY STORM TRACKER WEATHER 16 Hours of White
It was 30 years ago today that area residents woke up to the aftermath of one of the worst blizzards in modern history. February 4, 1984 started off mild and sunny. Although there was a Travelers Advi... Posted on 2/5/14 at 6:55 AM
THE NEW FORTY Until I am blue in the face...
Well, here I am again - up late watching the weather and wondering to what extent Monday will function as a typical Monday. I am no longer alone in expressing exasperation of patience as it relates to... Posted on 1/26/14 at 11:57 PM
FOR THE LOVE OF HOCKEY NAHL Central Division semifinal preview
After seven long, hard-fought months of the North American Hockey League regular season, it's finally here: the playoffs!
The North and South divisions have already started their series, but the Ce... Posted on 4/11/13 at 11:57 PM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND We are Like the Weather
Bloggers note: I started this post several weeks ago and am back to it because this week has been much like that dayand I had the same thoughts but had not completed the post then. I hope you enjoy th... Posted on 3/20/13 at 7:03 AM
FARGO SCHOOL TALK District adding makeup day to calendar
The District will be utilizing a second storm day in late April to make up for Monday, March 18. Classes will be held on Monday, April 29 in order to fulfill this second lost day of instruction. See t... Posted on 3/19/13 at 12:20 PM
A powerful blizzard barreled through much of North Dakota on Friday, stranding hundreds of motorists along frozen roads and prompting the governor to enlist the help of National Guard troops to reach some of them.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) in partnership with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) has CLOSED all of I-29 in the state due to blowing snow resulting in near zero visibility.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - 123-years ago, a blizzard killed hundreds of children on the prairie. The weather this weekend could be similar to that memorable storm, but modern forecasting tools usually give us plenty of warning before a winter storm or blizzard hits. Stormtracker Meteorologist Rob Kupec takes a look a famous storm from the 1880's.
FARGO, ND (WDAY TV)-Fargo city workers are working around the clock, the first time this winter, to plow streets, widen roads, and haul away all that snow from the back to back blizzards.
It's a job most of us would never want, complete with 12 hour shifts.
We're only a few days into the new year - and new budgets for area cities - but they've already taken a huge hit because of the snow storms.
With 360-some days remaining, money set aside for overtime to clean streets is gone.
If you got stuck while driving this weekend, chances are you might have been forced to leave your vehicle behind. But sometimes police, and cities, don't have time to wait. They need to get roads cleared, and it
View your ad here! Cost effective targeted advertising. Contextual advertising starting as low as $79/month. This includes targeted ad delivery and search results! Add your business to the Marketplace »