Daily Edge for Sun. Mar. 10

SNOW WAY.  The southern stretch of ND found itself dumped on again, as totals from 6 to 12 inches blanketed the region yesterday.  We review those numbers and have some spring ahead tips in today’s Three Things.

Featured Photo:  White Wall.  Drifts of snow grow following yesterday’s storm. Simonson Photo.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sun 3/10 – Dig Out Day – Hi 23, Lo 10, Wind NW@9.
Tomorrow:  Mon 3/11 – Begin Melting – Hi 29, Lo 8, Wind S@10.


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
8:06AM       7:42PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
9:11AM       10:56PM      3:58PM        3:36AM


Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent (15% Full)


EDGE HOUR:  8:45-9:45AM.  Moonrise will extend a morning bite in today’s Edge Hour.



CHECK IT OUT.  If you sprung forward (or are resetting your watch as you read this), remember to check your smoke alarm batteries and those in everything else, from your Vexilar to your boat.  Cycle new power sources in for safety and reliability in the outdoors as well!

WEIGH IN.  SB 2315 which would now move posting of all land in ND to an online program (among other things), goes before the House Natural Resources Committee (and Ag Committee – a rare double-committee) on Mar. 14.  The bill would overturn 90 years of law, and reduce access to millions of acres of unposted lands in the state.

WRONG SIDE.  Bismarck found itself on the wrong side of the gradient yesterday, as the NWS reports 9.5-11” for the city.  Break out the shovels and snowblowers, as snowcover seriously jumped.


Stay Sharp!

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