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Bismarck North Dakota and Upper Mid West Temps Drop to 30 Below Zero – Snow and Icy Roads Danger to Drivers and Passengers

By David Wolf, Attorney
Published by Child Injury Lawyer Network

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A cold front went through the Upper Mid West including States like North Dakota and South Dakota. Many schools were closed in the Dakotas as well as other States like Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, and Missouri. The temperature in Grand Forks, Dakota dropped to a record low of 37 degrees below zero which beat the prior record set in 1979 according to the National Weather Service.

Icy, snowy, and weather conditions like these make for dangerous roads for drivers and passengers. Schools and business shut down because roads are not drivable or are just too dangerous for safe travel. You can read more about these frigid weather conditions at Shock Cold Waves Shocks Upper Middle West – Schools Close Down.