Greg Spoden

Good Question: How Did They Measure Weather In The 1800s?We are going to fall about a quarter-inch short of breaking a 140-year-old rainfall record. The record for the most rainfall in June was set in 1874 with 11.67 inches. We'll finish at about 11.35 inches.
State Climatologist Says Perspective Matters When Judging WeatherGreg Spoden is the state climatologist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. Compared to last summer, Spoden says this summer feels cool. "July of 2012 was the second hottest month in Minnesota history," Spoden said.
Wet April's Benefit? Easing MN Drought ConditionsOne good thing with the late-season snow? It's easing drought conditions.
Will All The Snow Help With Drought Conditions?We're expecting between 6 and 12 inches of snow in the latest winter storm to hit Minnesota, but will it help our drought conditions?
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