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SEVERE WEATHER

All residents impacted by the tornados and storms in May are encouraged to attend.
We have had a wide range of temperatures on Independence Day, ranging from the upper 90s to the mid 30s. Some years were also a lot wetter than others.
Morning thundershowers will give way to increasing heat and humidity in the afternoon, June 29. Thunderstorms may develop in the evening and become severe with damaging wind and large hail as the primary threats.
With the potential for more heavy rain Friday night, the mayor said emergency personnel were in the process of recommending others in the city to consider leaving their at-risk homes. The sheriff’s office also advised those who’ve left their homes to avoid returning to them until it is safe to do so, and the public was also asked to stay away from the Randall area so emergency personnel could do their jobs effectively.

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Strong thunderstorms forming in the warm and humid air ahead of this front will be capable of hail, strong wind gusts, and even a tornado or two this afternoon. This evening, the scattered storms will eventually form into a line which will move through eastern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
Most debris found in the lake is considered to be normal construction debris.
REA stresses to stay away from any powerlines that may be down and never assume the lines are de-energized.
His wife, who was also in the camper, said it was like they were in a tornado.
With the full extent of damage still unknown, Sholly said it’s unclear when the park may reopen.
Cattle producers who lost calves in the April 2022 snow storms -- especially in western North Dakota where drought or dry conditions persist -- say the government's Livestock Indemnity Program needs update its funding formula and rules if partial compensation will be relevant.

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A series of April blizzards created a “long tail” of cattle illnesses, including pneumonia and scours. Losses range from zero to hundreds of calves, on top of record-setting drought and low feed and forage supplies. The numbers hide some of the effects — the loss in value when either a calf or a cow is lost, leaving orphans. 
The air feels heavy, an eerie silence, then BOOM — the house shakes, everything goes black. What happened? Did something explode?
Several counties in the region lost grain storage because of storms and that might lead to more grain trucks in line at elevators that serve Douglas County farmers.

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