FARGO - Significant rainfall in the Red River Valley has caused construction setbacks and profit losses for seasonal businesses this week.
Consistent rainfall coupled with low temperatures has also left standing water in yards and fields, damaging crops throughout the region.
On Wednesday, 1.92 inches fell in Fargo by 9 p.m. In the first 10 days of June, Fargo received 2.37 inches, trending slightly ahead of last year's 10-day total of 2.09 inches.
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