Daily Edge for Mon. 5/25 – In Memoriam

HEADED BACK UP.  While things will be post frontal for the end of your beginning of summer, we’ll see improvement throughout the week for time on the water.  We take a look at what you can do to prevent the spread of ANS, North Dakota-based studies on waterfowl nesting and grazing, and a view of the week to come in our Outdoors Roundup.

Featured Photo: On To Summer!  The unofficial start to summer is underway, and being a bit cooler, it will provide a memory of the up-and-down spring we’ve had. Simonson Photo.

WEATHER (Bismarck Forecast):
Today: Mon 5/25 – Remember – Hi 66, Lo 50, Wind N@9
Tomorrow: Tue 5/26 – Recovery – Hi 76, Lo 56, Wind SW@12, G20

SOLUNAR (Bismarck Times):

Sunrise        Sunset
5:57AM        9:23PM

Moonrise         Moonset        Overhead      Underfoot
8:09AM           Fol. Day          4:19PM            3:52AM
Moon Phase:  Waxing Crescent (8% Full)

EDGE HOUR:  7:30-8:30AM.  Moonrise will help energize your post-frontal Memorial Day morning in our Edge Hour.

DAY RATING:
2Fish

OUTDOORS ROUNDUP:

ANS ALERT.  The NDG&F Department encourages watercraft users to be aware of aquatic nuisance species this time of year, as boats go from lake-to-lake-to-lake throughout the summer.  With the guidelines of clean, drain and dry along with important items to watch for along with the waters that have troublesome invaders in them, you can help prevent the spread of species which out compete native fish and animals.

DRONING.  Ducks Unlimited highlights a 2020 study effort to learn more about the effects of grazing on waterfowl and nesting activities with the help of staff and students from the University of North Dakota.  Analyzing short-term grazing efforts, they hope to understand ways to better manage upland areas where waterfowl nest and balance that with operation efforts.

UP, DOWN, ALL AROUND.  We’ll see some oscillation in outdoor conditions this week as the weather struggles to stabilize.  Look for temperatures to be nicest at mid-week and then better by the weekend with swirling winds as things remain a bit off heading into the end of the month and meteorological summer.

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