Minimums across the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Networks were all below zero this morning. Bottineau won the cold spot reward with a -29° reading.
Low temperatures on Thursday should be much warmer in parts of western North Dakota as some clouds move into that area. In eastern North Dakota temperatures will be as cold or in some locations even a bit colder. Projected lows from the NAM-WRF are presented below.
Warmer temperatures with a threat of snow on Friday. Then a cold front is expected Friday night ushering in much colder temperatures for the weekend. Cold snap still expected to last through the rest of February.