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Gov. John Hoeven’s proposed $7.7 billion budget was built on economic assumptions that may have been too rosy, and North Dakota lawmakers say they’ll be scrambling in the coming weeks to decide what to do about it.
By Dale Wetzel, The Associated Press
, February 09, 2009
Federal researchers are developing pinpoint forecasts to help utilities predict which way the wind will blow — and how strong — so they’ll know how much electricity their wind turbines will generate.
The National Center for Atmospheric Research and Xcel Energy said Wednesday the new, advanced forecasts could cut consumers’ costs and reduce pollution.
By Alysia Patterson, The Associated Press
, February 05, 2009
It was an evening she will never forget.
From early that week, forecasters with the National Weather Service in Valley had been warning that potentially strong storms could spawn a few tornadoes in the area by midweek.
By Don Bowen, Fremont Tribune
, September 15, 2008
An annual event that signals the start of the summer weather season in North Dakota should sound Wednesday.
The simulated statewide tornado exercise is scheduled for between 11:15 and 11:20 a.m. and will include the sounding of sirens all over North Dakota, including Stutsman County.
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