Extreme dry weather pattern should not continue into fall
This upcoming fall should be less dry than summer has been, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).
Jeff Makowski of NWS - Grand Forks said the area is heading into a weak El Nino pattern for the fall, after a year or two of a La Nina pattern.
"Generally, with those types of situations, we start to see a little bit more precipitation in the fall and a cool period," he said.
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