UND Knows How to Celebrate a North Dakota Heat Wave in January
Remember when North Dakota temperatures were far below zero? UND's letting everyone know just how nice it was to reach at least 39 degrees above zero.
For at least a few days, we've been able to get a break from the chill of the harsh North Dakota winters. One simple tweet from the University of North Dakota let everyone know just how nice that was.
That's exactly what a North Dakota heat wave is and UND couldn't have said it any better. Parts of North Dakota had experienced -40s last week and now we're just about 40 degrees above zero. In fact, at the time this is being written (roughly 4:45 p.m.), it's currently 41 degrees in Bismarck. Let's all enjoy it while it lasts.
Even throughout this next week, the National Weather Service in Bismarck forecasts high temperatures to be 5 to 10 degrees higher than normal.
At least for now, the North Dakota winter weather isn't so bad (**knocks on wood**).