If you were alive on November 22,1963, you may be thinking back to the events of that day, and the death of President John F. Kennedy.
This weather data is being made available to assist you in better recalling the events of that dark day in our history.
For Bismarck - weather data from November 22, 1963.....
The day started with an overcast sky and snow flurries that ended during the mid morning hours. Clouds then began to clear and by 1 PM CST the sky had cleared and was sunny. A clear sky continued through the evening.
The temperature started off with a morning low of 11 degrees and rose to a high of 29 before falling to 7 degrees just before midnight.
Conditions at Bismarck at 1 PM CST - Sunny, visibility unlimited, 26 degrees, 53% relative humidity, and northwest wind 16 MPH.
High temperature for the day was 29 and the low 7. Precipitation was a trace and snowfall a trace. The depth of snow on the ground was a trace.