The monthly daily average temperature ranges from 16.3 °F (−8.7 °C) in January to 69.2 °F (20.7 °C) in July; on average, temperatures reach 100 °F (38 °C) on 2.2 days, 90 °F (32 °C) on 22 days, and 0 °F (−18 °C) on 32 days annually.
The average window for freezing temperatures is September 22 thru May 16 and for measurable (≥0.1 inches or 0.25 centimetres) snow, October 26 thru April 19.
Due to the relative aridity, there are only 2.8 days where 24-hour snowfall exceeds 3 inches (7.6 cm).
Grasping a fistful of prairie grass like that shuffling caveman in Quest for Fire, I edged close enough to the herd of wild bison to smell the sweet musk on their shaggy coats. I'd been hearing that much of my beloved old statewhere I spent three gloriously wanton years as a teenageris marching back into its past as the Indian population grows and the white population declines, bison herds are resurrected, and prairie grass replaces wheat.
Local resident John Kraft noticed the neighbors, the Jacob Wolf family, had left their laundry on the clothesline overnight and their horses untended.
He went to investigate and stumbled into what might be the most horrific crime scene in North Dakota history.
There is more to Beulah for its residents than being a place to work- in Beulah there are an abundance of recreational opportunities. Located on the south side of Lake Sakakawea- this course is known for its black coal slag bunkers.
If you love to fish- then head to Lake Sakakawea where you will find some of the nations top walleye fishing.
Some wild and abandoned place where we could afford to surround ourselves with a serious chunk of turf. On a golden autumn day on the bluffs above the Missouri River 25 miles upstream from Bismarck, it was easy to experience the illusion of the frontier; the riverscape was nearly identical to the one Lewis and Clark described.