Daryl Ritchison, WDAY, Published November 28 2012
Weather Talk: Other parts of North Dakota see above-average snowfallAlthough Fargo-Moorhead has not recorded much snowfall this season, we are only running a couple of inches below average. Grand Forks has also observed only a few light snow events this season.
But much of northern North Dakota has recorded above-average snow and parts of north-central and northwestern North Dakota have received well above-average snow. Williston has had 16 inches this month, twice their November average.
Just to the north of there, snow totals have been even higher. Both Regina and Estevan, Sask., have broken November snowfall records. Regina has recorded 23 inches of snow, besting the old record for the month of 21.1 inches. That also happens to be more snow than they received all of last winter, when just 20.5 inches fell. Estevan has recorded 25.7 inches of snow, which also exceeds their total from last winter by 1.1 inches.
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