Today’s weather similar to March of 1920

Today the weather station at the Fargo Hector International Airport atmospheric pressure sensor reminded us of a hazardous weather phenomenon that occurred in the past. Currently, the sea level pressure is 28.82” and falling. The lowest pressure ever recorded in FM area was 28.55” recorded back on March 15, 1920. The record low for the state is 28.54 on the same day in Ellendale and Devils Lake.

The following is taken from the Climate Data publication for March 1920. Please read on to see similarities today and tomorrow:

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