UPWARD! We climb out of our snowy set of days and should see some serious melting through Tuesday as conditions improve. This provides yet another stretch to get out and recreate in the wild world around you. Tips from the G&F, a moving Marathon and a look at the week ahead comprise our Outdoors Roundup today.
Featured Photo: Reel Chilly. Ice forms on the line coming off an Abu Garcia baitcaster. Simonson Photo
WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Sun 4/5 – Steady – Hi 44, Lo 24, Wind E@11, G20
Tomorrow: Mon 4/6 – Calm – Hi 50, Lo 30, Wind L&V
SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):
Moonrise Moonset Overhead Underfoot
5:16PM 6:29AM Fol. Day 11:47AM
Moon Phase: Waxing Gibbous (90% Full)
EDGE HOUR: 5:00-6:00PM. Moonrise will kick off a good evening bite in today’s Edge Hour.
GET OUT. North Dakota’s outdoor recreation agencies are encouraging the public’s smart use of the state’s many resources from fishing and hunting to hiking and trail riding. The NDG&F has more on the places and spaces available for social distancing.
GOOD FRONT HALF. The week ahead has a warm start with temperatures near 60 by Tuesday, but things dip toward the weekend as highs stall in the 40s. Winds will pick up midweek as well, making Monday and Tuesday your outdoor days.
LACE UP…STILL. The Fargo Marathon has announced that it is moving its events from May to August 24-29, giving those registered more time to train. As we like to sneak a little outdoor exercise news in from time to time here at DEO, this is your extended chance to lace ‘em up, hit the pavement and stay on it!