Southwest North Dakota yet to hit 100 degrees, summer still considered hot
Thermometers around southwest North Dakota haven't hit triple digits this year, one National Weather Service official said, but that certainly doesn't mean it isn't hot.
NWS Science and Operations Officer Joshua Scheck said that none of the official reporting sites crested the 100 degree mark this summer.
He said that sites on average reach triple digits two or three times per year, depending on the site, but the region really has its ups and downs.
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