Record Warmth To End January?

Exceptionally warm air is set to flood across the Northern Plains to end January.
Outside of the 7-10 cold snap, well above average temperatures continue to spoil us as another month of 'winter' fades away, two more are left. What better way to end January than with record heat for many? High temperatures are expected to peak in the 40s and 50s in Minnesota and Eastern North Dakota with 50s and 60s in Western North Dakota.

Here are a few records for across the areas for record high temperatures for the 31st of Jan.
Fargo ND, 44 2009
Grand Forks ND, 44 2009
Detroit Lakes MN, 43 2009
Ottertail MN, 45 1999
Wadena MN, 41 1989
Fosston MN, 41 1999

Cavalier ND, 46 1993
Colgate ND, 39 1993
Cooperstown ND, 41 2009
Foreman ND, 42 1992

Jamestown ND, 53 1924
Bismark ND, 53 1931
Williston ND, 50 2022
New Salem ND, 55 1998
Turtle Lake ND, 46 1998

Aberdeen SD, 51 1924
Sisseton SD, 47 2012
Watertown SD, 51 1931
Webster SD, 43 1987

Meteorologist,
Justin Storm

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