Fargo broker reports increased calls about flood insurance following warning from National Weather Service
Mon, Mar 27th, 2023 - 11:49am
Cold air has partially spilled into North Dakota and Minnesota over the last day behind a cold front. Overnight night lows ranging from 5 to -15 can be expected over the next couple of days throughout the Region.
In combination with winds between 5 - 15mph and Gust up to 20mph on Monday and Tuesday, wind chill or "feels like" temperature can drop as low as -25 overnight especially in northern North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota.
These colder temperatures and wind chill values will stick around going through Wednesday night into Thursday morning before we return to average temperatures going into Thursday afternoon.