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The dry fall has left the Red River lower than it has been in recent months in Fargo-Moorhead. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

Fall one of driest on record

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FARGO - The abnormally dry fall will finish among the driest on record, and parts of eastern North Dakota now are on the verge of moderate drought.


Adnan Akyuz, North Dakota state climatologist, said Tuesday that the official drought monitor map to be released Thursday is expected to show portions of eastern North Dakota in moderate drought.

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