See more amazing Super Bloom picture from Wired.com HERE:
On Thursday, March 16th, NOAA released their 2017 Spring Flood Risk and it showed major flood concerns across parts of North Dakota. Here's an excerpt from NOAA: "Northern North Dakota – the Souris River, Devils Lake and the northernmost reaches of the Red River – has the greatest risk of major flooding this spring, while moderate flooding is possible over southern Idaho in the Snake River basin, according to NOAA’s Spring Outlook released today. California, which saw extensive flooding in February, is susceptible to additional flooding from possible storms through the remainder of the wet season and later, from snowmelt."
See more from NOAA HERE:
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Average: Low: 25F (Record: -8F set in 1941)
*Daylight Gained Since Winter Solstice (December 21st): ~3 hours & 14 minutes
3.4 Days Before Last Quarter
the nation's top medical societies. The report was prepared by the" Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, a new group that represents more than 400,000 doctors, who make up more than half of all U.S. physicians."