Old weather records melting
FARGO - Snowbirds might want to rethink their annual travel plans.
The Red River Valley is on its way to the warmest fall and winter on record.
In Fargo, the average daily temperature has been 38.2, breaking the old mark of 36.7, set in 1932 and matched in 2006.
Unofficially, the average daily temperature from Sept. 1 to Jan. 29 has been 35.9 degrees in Grand Forks.
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