Winter was warmest on record for Fargo
FARGO - Cold weather, we hardly knew ye.
The National Weather Service says the meteorological winter months of December, January and February were the warmest on record for Fargo, based on preliminary data.
The average temperature of 22.1 degrees from Dec. 1 through Feb. 29 was one-tenth of a degree higher than the previous record set in 1987.
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