Daily Edge for Sun. Apr. 14

WARMING.  We’re looking forward to a relatively warm and windy week where the remainder of last week’s snow should say sayonara. We’ve got that glimpse ahead in today’s Three Things, along with a look at paddlefish recovery programs and hitting the spring pavement in today’s Three Things.

Featured Photo: A meadowlark hangs out on a farm gate near Bismarck.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sun 4/14 – Southerlies – Hi 48, Lo 32, Wind S@20, G30

Tomorrow:  Mon 4/15 – Nice – Hi 52, Lo 35, Wind W@13, G20


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
6:58AM       8:30PM

Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead    Underfoot
2:36PM        4:48AM       10:07PM      9:39AM


Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous (71% Full)


EDGE HOUR:  9:00-10:00AM.  Moon underfoot and warming conditions will extend the morning bite in today’s Edge Hour.




WITH A PADDLE.  The US FWS has a well-shot update on paddlefish health and tracking in the south with the expansion back into their native range through efforts of the agency. Addressing how to recreate the natural flows that drew the fish in the past and how it can help the fish – and other life – in the future.
LOOK AHEAD.  It’s a steady climb up this week as temperatures may touch 70 by next weekend.  Expect a chance for rain mid-week, but the rest of the stretch will be good for just about anything outdoors.


RUN IT.  Spring is the start of outdoor running season (hopefully for sure now) and Runningintheusa.com has a list of races going on throughout ND.  Lace ‘em up, get fit and ready for anything the field throws at you next fall.



Stay Sharp!

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