Another Cold Front

Another cold front will be moving through the area today.  There is going to be some big differences between northern North Dakota and southern North Dakota on air temperatures, but by tomorrow most locations will record highs in the 40s, similar to what we experienced last week.   With averages only in the 50s now, anything at 60 degrees or higher would be considered mild this time of year and it appears that at least the southern part of North Dakota and west central Minnesota should record highs at least near or above that level later this week.   These large fluctuations in temperatures will continue for the next ten to fourteen days, but at this point I’m expected more above average days than below during the next two weeks.

Daryl Ritchison