Just last Monday it was President Day, did you happen to see any extra snowmen shaped in the liking of any of our past leaders?

I personally did not, but judging by the record performance that 21st of February we just had wouldn't surprise me one bit. It seems that we ( Bismarck ) just experienced a record day as far as snowfall is concerned. I could tell we had quite a bit, but you obviously never know for sure who got more snow in their neck of the woods or not. So when this bit of information came about, it sure made sense why the conditions were dangerous at most parts, and it also made me think of just how quick our city workers are of handling the situation.

A record day here last Monday, knocking off the old one of 60 years

We just went through a record-setting Presidents Day, according to the bismarcktribune.com "The storm total for the capital city on Monday was 3.2 inches, breaking the Feb. 21 record of 2.4 inches in 1962, according to the National Weather Service" - I didn't know about the record until this morning, but it made perfect sense to me when just yesterday the city of Bismarck put out out a press release warning the community of Bismarck/Mandan that it's a terrible idea to just simply blow snow off your property onto the city streets, that extra bit of work on your part could get you a fine of up to $1,500 dollars and maybe even jail time. So let's hope you did put the extra snow into a smiley snowman.


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