Frigid air to blanket North Dakota overnight
BISMARCK — North Dakota is in for a bit of a chill before the weather warms later in the week.
The National Weather Service says temperatures overnight into Tuesday morning are expected to range from the single digits above zero in the southwest to the single digits below zero in the northeast. And the wind could make it feel as cold as 20 below zero in north central and northeastern North Dakota.
A warm-up is in store, though. High temperatures statewide are forecast to be in the 30s and 40s on Tuesday and in the 40s and 50s on Wednesday.