Another series of frigid blasts from Canada will be hitting Southwestern North Dakota for most of the next week, according to forecasts from the online weather website Accuweather.com.
The school in New England got off to a late start Monday after snow and sub-zero weather hit the area Sunday. So did schools in Killdeer, Dickinson and throughout most of the western part of the state Monday.
The state Department of Transportation issued a “No Travel” warning and even closed Interstate 94 from Dickinson to the border with Montana Sunday.
Although the interstate was eventually reopened Monday, the Department of Transportation still issued a warning of snow and blowing snow drifts on the four-lane interstate.
According to the weather website, the temperatures over the weekend will fluctuate between single digits and sub-zero through Feb. 12, when a high of 12 degrees is predicted.
By Friday Feb. 15, the high temperature will climb to 29 degrees and is predicted to stay about that warm for the rest of the month, according to the website.