Good Monday morning! We start out in the 20s & 30s with the warmest lows in the west around Williston and Dickinson. Mainly 20s for Minot and Bismarck. Wind chills have dipped to the single digits in the east around Linton, Rugby and the Turtle Mountains while the rest of us are mostly in the teens. Increased cloud cover this morning will make for a mostly cloudy day today. Highs return to the upper 30s to lower 40s. Wind will stay around 5-15 mph and out of the southeast.
Tonight, a dip to the mid to to upper 20s with a few temps around 30 degrees. A 30% chance for a rain/freezing rain mix this evening for south central and eastern ND. As we approach the morning hours, cooler air higher in the atmosphere will change the temperature profile and make for mostly snow as it travels through the James River Valley. Tomorrow, mostly cloudy with highs returning to the upper 30s to lower 40s.
This week, expect seasonal temperatures mainly in the 30s. A “quiet” forecast into your Thanksgiving holiday with only slight chances for light snow on Thanksgiving Day.
-Amber Wheeler, KX Weather