Dry weather, slow snow melt ideal for area
Warm, but not too warm. And dry. If Red River Valley residents could make a weather wish list for Mother Nature, that would be it.
A slow thaw cycle with limited precipitation would help alleviate spring flooding, meteorologists say.
Perfect conditions to counteract a rainy fall and wet winter would include lots of days that got just above freezing up to the mid-40s.
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