Everybody knows North Dakota's weather is extreme. The hot is hotter, the cold is colder, and today, the wind was downright apocalyptic. After experiencing 67mph winds in Bismarck, mother nature left some significant damage for the community to fix. Take a look at some of the pictures from around town.

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An apartment complex on West Bay Drive in Mandan had its roof ripped off due to the high winds. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)
An apartment complex on West Bay Drive in Mandan had its roof ripped off due to the high winds. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)
An apartment complex on West Bay Drive in Mandan had its roof ripped off due to the high winds. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)

The Red Cross Dakotas has opened a warming shelter for the residents that were displaced as a result of the above damage. No word on where the shelter is located.

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I-94 from Bismarck to Jamestown was closed for part of the day because of the dangerous winds. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)
Local authorities observing the on-ramp at exit 161; I-94 was shut down from Bismarck to Jamestown for part of Thursday. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)
High winds carried a portable billboard into the middle of an intersection. (Sannon Norick)
Tractor Supply Company in North Bismarck lost its sign due to the high winds. (Sannon Norick)
Tractor Supply Company in North Bismarck lost its sign due to the high winds. (Sannon Norick)
Full dumpsters all over Bismarck were overturned because of the wind - a good reminder to shred documents. (Townsquare Media-Bismarck)