Our average first 70 degree day in southeastern North Dakota is usually in mid-April. In north eastern North Dakota usually in mid to late April and in western North Dakota, late March or early April. So far only one NDAWN station in North Dakota has recorded a high of 70 degrees and that was in… Read more Where have all the 70s gone?
Temperatures have been running ten to five degrees below average so far this month. There are some areas near the Montana border and into Montana that have been running 15 degrees below average. When you’re talking a few days, being that far below, or above average for that matter, isn’t unusual. When you’re talking half… Read more Cold April 2020
The amount of moisture this week looks very light, but the cold will be substantial for the time of year. Temperatures the past couple of days have remained below freezing in many locations, a good 25 degrees below average. The cold will gradually move to our east and southeast over the next few days, but… Read more Cold Week