The National Weather Service has identified areas across the Northern Plains that have already had more snow than an average winter season. Those areas extend from the Canadian border south through the Devils Lake Basin and into the Jamestown area. There’s a separate area in Roseau, Lake of the Woods, Marshall and Beltrami counties in northwest Minnesota. Nutrien Ag Solutions senior atmospheric scientist Eric Snodgrass voiced concern, saying surplus moisture levels can be found below the frozen topsoil and snow.
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