A Winter Storm Watch is in Effect for Super Bowl Sunday
It was a nice break from the weather while it lasted, but for Super Bowl Sunday (February 3rd), a Winter Storm Watch will be in effect, as issued by the National Weather Service.
The Winter Storm Watch will go into effect at 6 a.m. Sunday morning and go until 6 a.m. Monday (February 4th). Significant snowfall accumulations are forecasted for much of western and central North Dakota.
According to the National Weather Service, forecasted snow accumulations are ranging between 4 and 9 inches for much of western and central areas of the state.
Sunday's high temperature is forecasted to be around 15, with wind chills dipping as low as -15. Snow is expected to go on for most of the day into Sunday night as the low temperatures in the Bismarck-Mandan region are forecasted to be around -9.
Following Sunday's snow, more days of subzero high temperatures are in the forecast through at least Thursday (February 7th).
Please be careful on the roads for Super Bowl Sunday! Drive safe and stay warm, Bismarck!