BISMARCK (AP) -- Unseasonably cold weather continues to linger in North Dakota.
The National Weather Service said Bismarck, Minot and Jamestown all set record-low temperature records for the date on Saturday, with the mercury dropping into the mid- and low teens.
Bismarck's and Jamestown's records had stood for 47 years; Minot's for 86 years.
Dickinson had a record low last Thursday, with 11 degrees.
The weather service forecast shows a warm-up coming later in the week, with highs in the 50s and 60s on Friday. sign of Frentress.