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The upside to a long, cold, snowy winter

Published 03/12/2009, Grand Forks Herald

Despite the formidable blanket of white frustration so far, there are a few white flakes of hope and positive fallouts. First, let’s look at the situation of moisture in the southwestern and central regions of North Dakota. While the eastern part of the state, in particular the southeastern corner, were pretty much saturated heading into winter, much of the remainder of North Dakota was begging for moisture through summer and into last fall. Whether by snow or rain, the grasslands and wetlands will rejoice with an influx of water from the snow melt this spring.

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