Mar 5, 2013 at 7:01 am
It’s a day of pushing snow around for plow operators as the clean-up is underway from the latest storm to turn the Red River Valley white. The National Weather Service says a record snowfall of seven inches plus blanketed the city of Grand Forks on Monday. It beat the old mark of five inches for March 4th going back to 1966. The heaviest snow totals are found in the Cando…Walhalla…Langdon area where 12 to 15 inch totals are common. NWS Meteorologist Dave Kellenbenz says this snow may stick around for awhile as no real warm-up is in sight. No Travel Advisories have been lifted across the state.