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With little precipitation in the area and Saturday’s record-breaking temperatures in Dickinson expected to continue today, red flag warnings and fire bans remain in place for southwest North Dakota, officials say.
Dickinson resident Averie Wax rides her bicycle down the sidewalk as she enjoys the warm weather Friday in Dickinson. Temperatures reached almost 80 degrees as blue skies let the sun shine. The forecast for today puts temperatures in the high-70s, despite some expected cloud cover.
Icicles sit on the nose of a horse at the Dickson State University outdoor arena Wednesday. Temperatures lingered around 15 below zero for much of the afternoon and evening. Winds of 15 to 30 mph made it feel like about 40 below. A National Weather Service extreme cold warning for western and central North Dakota is set to expire at noon CST today.
Wyatt Binstock, 5, helps build a ramp Saturday afternoon at a home in Dickinson. Binstock was bundled up as temperatures have dropped in the region lately. It’s going to get a lot colder, according to Accuweather, which forecasts temperatures to drop into the below zero range Monday.
Dickinson hit a record 61 degrees Thursday and that meant more business for a few local ice cream/burger joints, less travel for people who spend vacation down south and fewer requests for state energy assistance.
Blake Oberman and Amy Leidholm unload supplies to side and renovate the doors and windows of a house at noon Thursday on west Broadway. With the temperature at 59 degrees, Oberman said the weather was unbelievable.
Don Schaff washes his vehicle at his home Wednesday afternoon in Dickinson. “I thought about taking it downtown, but I thought I could save $10,” he said. Many residents have been surprised by temperatures recently, with day after day of highs in the 50s. Forecasts are calling for a high today that could hit 60 degrees.
Nineteen-year-old Trevor Seiler, left, and Kenneth Huffstutler, 13, take advantage of an unseasonably warm day that saw a high temperature of 54 degrees to put up a chain-link fence Wednesday on Foster Drive in Dickinson. Temperatures are expected to climb yet again today, although forecasts are also calling for a wintry mix of sleet, rain and snow as well.
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