Nikki Gack: “I think it’s gonna be very snowy and hopefully not too long. My kiddos think that it’s gonna be snowy. They were the ones that decided that. I think they’re hoping for snow, so they can play in the snow. I’m gonna say the first snow that we’ll see will probably be end of October.” 
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Nikki Gack: “I think it’s gonna be very snowy and hopefully not too long. My kiddos think that it’s gonna be snowy. They were the ones that decided that. I think they’re hoping for snow, so they can play in the snow. I’m gonna say the first snow that we’ll see will probably be end of October.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021

Denise Lowen: “I think we’re gonna have a lot of snow, just because it was such a dry summer. We’re living in a camper right now until our house gets done, so I hope it’s not until opening weekend of deer hunting.”
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Denise Lowen: “I think we’re gonna have a lot of snow, just because it was such a dry summer. We’re living in a camper right now until our house gets done, so I hope it’s not until opening weekend of deer hunting.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021

Ron Johnson: “Usually, the heaviest snow has been earlier in the winter, and then January hasn’t given us hardly any snow. February was the cold air last year. I don’t know if I can make a prediction, but I think come December, we’ll probably get the snow this year. After that, who knows? I wanna go ice fishing on Lake of the Woods in January, so I’m hoping there’s ice in there.”
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Ron Johnson: “Usually, the heaviest snow has been earlier in the winter, and then January hasn’t given us hardly any snow. February was the cold air last year. I don’t know if I can make a prediction, but I think come December, we’ll probably get the snow this year. After that, who knows? I wanna go ice fishing on Lake of the Woods in January, so I’m hoping there’s ice in there.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021

Valerie Bedsted: “I think we’re gonna have a snowy, good winter, better than last, because it was such a dry summer and we need it. And we deserve a good winter. I think we’ll have our first snowfall, probably, around Halloween. I bet it’ll be a big dump on Halloween, that weekend. I love winter. After last winter, we deserve a good winter with lots of good snow.”
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Valerie Bedsted: “I think we’re gonna have a snowy, good winter, better than last, because it was such a dry summer and we need it. And we deserve a good winter. I think we’ll have our first snowfall, probably, around Halloween. I bet it’ll be a big dump on Halloween, that weekend. I love winter. After last winter, we deserve a good winter with lots of good snow.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021

Fred Luckeroth: “A cold winter, because this is Minnesota. It’s always gonna be cold in northern Minnesota. Just looking at the forecast, you know, it could change so quickly. I would say, probably by Nov. 1.”
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Fred Luckeroth: “A cold winter, because this is Minnesota. It’s always gonna be cold in northern Minnesota. Just looking at the forecast, you know, it could change so quickly. I would say, probably by Nov. 1.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021

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Beth Johnson: “Hard, long and beautiful, because the Farmer’s Almanac tells us that, and the needles are falling early, the pine cones are abundant and are getting ready to propagate. I’ll pick a date of Nov. 4.”
Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021
Beth Johnson: “Hard, long and beautiful, because the Farmer’s Almanac tells us that, and the needles are falling early, the pine cones are abundant and are getting ready to propagate. I’ll pick a date of Nov. 4.” Robin Fish / Park Rapids Enterprise, Oct. 6, 2021