usual in North Dakota and snowfall has varied.
Some cattle producers are worried about forage supplies for calving season.
North Dakota's statewide snow depth is just over four-inches. It was just
under two inches one year ago.
USDA thinks February wil be overall colder and wetter. It says there'll be
below-normal temperatures in eastern North Dakota early and near to above normal
precipitation in the second week of the month.
Snow cover protection in North Dakota is rated 34-percent poor, 50-percent
adequate, and 16-percent excellent. Snow cover for winter wheat in North Dakota is
28-percent poor, 44-percent adequate, and 28-percent excellent.