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Frustration over Fargo's flood fizzle reveals gaps in forecasting

Two weeks ago, Fargo, N.D., spent $2 million preparing for a flood that didn't occur, the latest example of how flood prediction in the Red River Valley is extraordinarily difficult because of lack of data and technology. And according to the National Weather Service, changing weather patterns due to climate change are only going to make this problem worse.


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