Daily Edge for Sat. 10/12 – Final Stretch

SOME SYSTEM.  The combination front with trailing low packed a wallop and the back side of the system will continue to drop snow over North Dakota today.  After tomorrow’s dig-out, there may be opportunities to survey the landscape and perhaps even hunt in light evening winds.  We cover that and more in our Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo:  IN A GROUP. Many deer will have herded up during the storm. Simonson Photo.


WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today:  Sat 10/12 – Snow Tapers – Hi 32, Lo 28, Wind NW@30, G40 3” Snow

Tomorrow: Sun 10/13 – No Snow! – Hi 35, Lo 28, Wind NW@9.


SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):


Sunrise        Sunset
7:56AM        7:02PM


Moonrise      Moonset       Overhead       Underfoot
7:05PM         6:25AM        12:30AM           12:51PM


Moon Phase:  Waxing Gibbous (98% Full)


EDGE HOUR:    6:30-7:30PM.  Sunset and Moonrise will combine for a good Edge Hour, where the winds allow for it.





RELIEF IN SIGHT.  The long-range forecast is calling for a melt – with temperatures in the 40s and 50s by the end of the week, with a shot at 60 by Friday.  Is this the storm that broke the weather pattern – or just the first in a series of many for this season?  We’ll find out!


WMA MASTERY.  There are 226 wildlife management areas throughout the state, providing almost a quarter-million acres of land to hunt.  This week’s NDG&F Weekly Webcast covers the processes of management and use of those lands to improve hunting.


BY THE BUNCH.  Watch for wildlife – especially game like pheasants and deer – to be bunched up in heavy habitat following the storm.  As they emerge and things improve, they’ll spread out, but the coming days should produce herd and flock sightings.









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