NWS: Dry air limits chances of November snow
Lower temperatures may have people shivering but, at least for eastern North Dakota, a lack of snow is delaying the arrival of winter.
“Generally, eastern North Dakota records its first 1-inch snowfall right around Nov. 1,” said Daryl Ritchison, meteorologist for WDAY and Forum Communications. “Most years we have some accumulation of snow that stays around by the middle of November.”
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