Weather engineering at its best! Late April blizzard leaves North Dakotans without power for days – Floods in Minnesota – 16 inches of April snow fell on Casper Mountain, Wyoming (videos)


Weather manipulation is real. People living in North Dakota, Minnesota and Wyoming just experienced it over the last few days…

A combination of ugly weather has left at least 19,000 people in western North Dakota facing days without power and thousands of residents along the Red River that separates that state from Minnesota dealing with flash flooding.

A blizzard over the weekend that included a mixture of snow, rain, ice and strong winds snapped hundreds or thousands of power poles in the western part of the state, leaving damage that a spokesman for a 100-year-old utility company called the worst ever in its system.

At the same time, Minnesota sent National Guard members to help sandbag in Crookston, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) from the North Dakota border, due to heavy rains. The National Weather Service originally warned of a record crest on the Red Lake River but the river peaked Monday at about 27 feet. The record high water mark was 28.4 feet in 1997.

North Dakota Emergency Services spokesman Eric Jensen estimated that more than 19,000 people were without power “and it could be even more that,” noting that tracking the outages is a complicated process.

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Mark Hanson, spokesman for Bismarck-based Montana-Dakota Utilities, said the northwestern communities of Grenora, Zahl, Crosby, Powers Lake, McGregor and Wildrose likely will not have power restored until the end of the week. Ambrose could be out for up to two weeks.

The damage we have assessed so far is unprecedented,” Hanson said. “We have hundreds of crossarms broken and miles of poles down.

Montana-Dakota Utilities will have at least 15 crews in northwestern North Dakota this week, possibly more if aerial surveys Monday show even more damage than anticipated, The Bismarck Tribune reported.

The blizzard dropped as much as 1½ feet of snow on western North Dakota and also brought widespread freezing rain that coated trees and power lines. Wind gusts up to 50 mph were recorded in several places.

In the Red River Valley, volunteers and National Guard members spent two days sandbagging to fortify the city of Crookston. About 50 of the 100 National Guard members authorized by Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz assisted with the flood fight. There were no reports of damage or injuries.

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The Red Lake River flows into the Red River at East Grand Forks and Grand Forks, North Dakota, where officials from the two cities have started to activate some of their permanent flood protection measures put into place after a 1997 flood that devastated the two cities.

Forecasters expect a crest of 48 feet (14.63 meters) later this week on the Red River in Grand Forks, but the cities have protection to 57 feet (17.37 meters) and more. Built-in floodwalls were being activated on both sides of the river. Officials on Monday planned to close one of the bridges that connects the two cities.

The southeastern North Dakota town of Valley City, which sits along another Red River tributary, has been sandbagging to protect against the rising Sheyenne River. Fargo officials donated 29,000 sandbags to help.

Valley City Mayor Dave Carlsrud said the community pride was evident in the number of people, including students from Valley City State University, who volunteered.

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People are just, that’s why I like living in North Dakota. Last week, when it was blowing snow in my face, I wasn’t too sure. But today, I am again,” Carlsrud said.

16 inches of April snow fell on Casper Mountain, Wyoming, 80+ mph gusts drove blizzard over I-90

Locations in Casper received 9.5 inches of snowfall from this weekend’s spring storm, according to the final report from the National Weather Service in Riverton.

Lander got nearly 11 inches of snowfall, while Meeteetse got 11.5 inches. The NWS said many areas were too warm for the snow to stick.

Casper Mountain received 16 inches of snowfall between Friday and Saturday night, placing the area at or above median snowpack, according to the state climate office.

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The Bighorns also received 16 inches. In the Teton and Gros Ventres, 9 inches fell on Togwotee Pass.

Johnson County saw less snow (3 inches in Kaycee and under 2 inches in Buffalo), but experienced more prolonged impacts, including blizzard conditions, due to winds that gusted up to 81 mph Saturday evening. [US News, OilCityNews]

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  1. Unprecedented indeed.Not hardly it snows in the higher elevations up until june.Spring blizzards aren’t all that uncommon there.
    Where I live normally heavy snows end in Feb march.Though we had one of our worst blizzards in May.Unusual yes but not unheard of.
    La Nina at work.

  2. Weather Engineering is a hoax to provide cover for an increased earth wobble, which is moving air currents around, and causing extreme weather. The Earth, is building up to a pole shift. Why volcanos and earth quakes also off the scale. Appears the USGS is under reporting quakes, and even deleting any they can. Establishment scared to death people will figure this out, so Global Warming was invented. Then Climate Change. And for the more suspicious, Geoengineering or Weather Engineering.

    Come on! There is no logical reason for the Cabal to be destroying their own wealth, even if they had the ability. But they do enjoy making themselves appear more powerful than they are.

    Natural events unfolding. Going to get way more intense.

  3. We are in a Grand Solar Minimum, called Eddy minimum. Remember Isish Potatoe Famine – 1845 – 1852. Mostly why all the people from Europe came to America. Less energy from Sun means less evaporation. Less rain hoter in some places. Changes where every thing moves to.

  4. Mega drought isn’t up north. MN gets wet alot anyways, but that’s alot of wet. All that humidity is hard on the lesbians. It gets their underpants in a bunch.

  5. Stop with the asinine ‘weather engineering’ crap.
    There is no power sorce or pice of hardware that can alter Earth’s climate continuously. Only Sol and the Earth itself have the power with Sol doing most of the HOT work.

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