Let it snow: N.D., western Minnesota may see drought abate
FARGO — Drought conditions in North Dakota and western Minnesota should get better this spring, but farmers will rely more on spottier thunderstorms and conditions will get dry again in August and September, says one of the region’s leading weather and climate experts.
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