NWS Bismarck

NWS Bismarck


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Showers and possibly a few thunderstorms will track eastward across the state tonight. It looks like most in western and central North Dakota will see at least some rain, with rain amounts likely varying quite a bit from a tenth to around a half inch. #NDwx  #NDag 

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Astronomical autumn starts tomorrow with the Equinox, but don't tell the 8-14 day outlook that. Seasonably warm and dry conditions are favored going into the first week of October. #ndwx  #ndag 

A low pressure system will bring chances for showers and thunderstorms from west to east today. Breezy to strong winds may also be found today, especially in the west where gusts up to 50 MPH are possible. Look for cool temperatures generally in the 60s today. #ndwx 

High temperatures will sit in the 60s this afternoon. Thunderstorms and showers are possible today as an upper low passes through the region. This will result in breezy winds this afternoon. #NDwx 

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The pattern is going to change this weekend as near-normal temperatures and dry conditions return to the region. Pleasant temperatures will linger through next week. #NDwx 

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A chance of showers and an isolated thunderstorm possible tonight. Sunny conditions are expected into next week with breezy conditions over the weekend. #ndwx 

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Mild temperatures will continue through the weekend into next week. High temperatures are forecast to remain near-normal with breezy conditions today. #NDwx 

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We've had a roller coaster ride of temps this month! Observed high temps at Bismarck (vertical red bars) have ranged from 102°F on the 1st to 62°F on the 16th. Temps will be near normal (pink line) through the next few days before warming up for the end of September  #ndwx 

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Just a few of the many pictures sent to us of the impactful blizzard across North Dakota this week. #ndwx 

Going into day 3 of the ongoing #blizzard , and this is the view out the front door of our office. Winds are gusting up to 52 mph now! #ndwx 

A roll cloud moving over Bismarck this Saturday morning. #ndwx 

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Well....that is a rather deep shade of blue. Here is the temperature anomaly forecast for next Monday through Wednesday from our partners at @CIPSAnalogs  at Saint Louis University. The deeper the shade of blue = the greater temperatures may depart from normal #ndwx 

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The story of the October 2019 blizzard across #NorthDakota  in pictures. First, the impacts to ranching, and the long hours that were put in to take care of the livestock (Photos used with permission. Taken near Milton, Carrington and St. John) #OctoberStorm2019 

An incredible view of the severe-warned thunderstorm that is currently near Scranton, taken by Nate Reynolds#ndwx 

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A long duration satellite loop of the major spring storm today as seen on #GOESEast  #ndwx  @NOAASatellites 

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