Influenza activity in North Dakota has been light in the 2002-2003 season. This graph has been copied (with permission) to call attention to the North Dakota late-season peak for the 2001-2002 season. (The idea, at present, is to show that flu seasons are not over until they're over.) The late season peak may be related to a surge of Influenza B which occurred in South Dakota at the same time.
Permission to use this graph does not constitute endorsement by the North Dakota Department of Health of the "exobiological origin of influenza" viewpoint expressed in these web pages.