Fargo snowfall running above normal, but below last year's
FARGO -- Now that the rain, snow and ice left by the latest winter storm is hardening with the bitter cold, thoughts in the Red River Valley turn warily to the spring thaw.
How do this winter's accumulated snowfall and moisture compare to normal - and to the amounts received at this time last year, the precursor to the record flood?
The short answer in Fargo-Moorhead: Both cumulative snowfall and moisture are above the norm but below last year's horrendous pace.
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