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Bismarck, ND USA: Rural North Bismarck, Harvest Grove Subdivsion Weather
Current Conditions [Select Refresh to Update]

Updated: 6:40am on 12/21/14

Currently:
21.8

Overcast
Overcast

High: 24.7 
(12:00am
Low: 18.8 
(5:07am)
Wind: ESE 5 mph
Light Breeze
Gust: 8 mph
Today's High Wind: 11 mph (5:19am)
Wind Run: 31 miles
Humidity: 94 %
Pressure: 29.74 in  in (Falling
Pressure Rate: -0.030 inin./hr
Dew Point: 20.3°F
Wind Chill: 15.1
Heat Index (feels like): 28.0
Comfort Level: Uncomfortably Cold
Temperature Rate:  1.11°F/hr
Temperature 24 hours ago: 13.7
24 hour difference:  8.0
UV Index Current : 0.0
UV Index High : 0.0 (12:00am)
Solar Radiation Current : 0 W/sqm
Solar Radiation High : 0 W/sqm (12:00am)
Rainfall:
Rain Rate: 0.000 in/hr
Hourly Rain: 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.00 in
Past 24 hours Rain: 0.00 in
Monthly Rain: 0.00 in
Normal Rain, this month: 0.44 in
Yearly Rain: 15.81 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 16.84 in
5 Day Forecast for Bismarck:
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu
Partly Cloudy Chance Snow Mostly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Cloudy
Partly Cloudy Chance Snow Mostly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Cloudy
39 34 27 27 27
27 18 9 14 9
Records and Normals:
Almanac:
Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 39 25 52
(1900)
Low 27 4 -34
(1916)
Sunrise:  
8:25am
Moonrise: 
7:39am
Moon Phase:
3%
Sunset: 
4:56pm
Moonset:  
5:10pm
Weather Advisories
Warning Date: 4:06 am MST on December 21, 2014/
Warning Description: Special Statement
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Full Advisory Text
Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 4:06 am MST on December 21, 2014/

WarningSum:...Wintry Mix This Evening Followed By Accumulating Snow Monday
Into Tuesday Will Impact Early Christmas Travel...

Warning Message:Precipitation is forecast to enter southwestern North Dakota
early this afternoon as rain...changing over to snow this evening.
As precipitation moves into central and northwest North Dakota
this evening...a brief period of light freezing rain and sleet is
possible before changing to light snow. An inch or two of snow is
possible west tonight...with minimal amounts central. For
Monday...snow will continue across much of the area. The greatest
amounts are expected to be across the southwest...and the James
River Valley. Snow will decrease from west to east through the day
on Tuesday. Those with early Christmas travel plans should allow
extra time to reach their destinations. Much of the region outside
of North Dakota will also be impacted by this storm system
        

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