North Dakota Shivers Coldest 1st Half of April Since 1870s

Written by on April 18, 2018 in United States of America, Winter 2017/18 with 0 Comments

According to meteorologist Daryl Ritchison based in Fargo, for the state of North Dakota as a whole, the first 15 days of April is the coldest on record and records date back to the 1800s. We of course know how cold it was in the late 1800s and early 1900s in this notoriously cold part of the world which makes this record all the more impressive. Of course let’s not forget that it can get hot in summer.

First 10 day anomalies

First 14 days

For many major cities across the state it too has been the coldest first half to an April but not all.

Some impressively cold days and nights helped get to this stage.


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