We’re still not out of the woods yet when it comes to severe weather! A front will push a line of storms through the viewing area today giving a chance for strong to severe storms. As of now, the best chance looks to be in the south. Damaging wind will be the main concern with large hail and isolated tornadoes also a threat. As far as timing, expect the line to push through much of the west this morning and arrive to central ND around lunchtime. Later this afternoon, the east will get a chance at the strongest storms with a few lingering in central ND. Highs today will only range from the mid to upper 60s. Wind will stay light except for near the frontal passage where the wind could rise to around 20 and 25 with gusts to around 25 and 30 mph.
Tonight, a mostly clear sky with temps returning to the upper 40s, around 50. Winds will stay light from the north. Thursday, a chance for scattered rain and storms in the north with a partly sunny sky in the south. Highs will rebound to the lower to mid 70s.
Friday, a mostly cloudy sky with a slight chance for rain and storms. Highs will return to the 60s. The sunshine and warmer conditions return just in time for the weekend!