From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
Today started off with cloudy skies and scattered light snow/flurries. Through this afternoon, we have been seeing skies begin to clear out as snow chances taper off. Across the state it is still cold with temps on either side of zero and chills well into the negative teens. After temps dip back into the -teens & -20s tonight we will see more sunshine & gradually warming temperatures through the weekend. Chills tonight may fall back into a dangerous range, bottoming out in the -20s & -30s for some. This weekend, highs will climb above zero under mostly clear to partly cloudy skies. Sunday night through the beginning of the work week, there will be a few different chances for snow across North Dakota. A few short waves will move through Sunday night, Monday evening/Tuesday morning and Wednesday. Each one of these quick moving systems will bring higher snow chances, light snow accumulations & winds becoming breezy at times. Temperatures will remain below average for this time of the year with a few nights of dangerously cold temps possible (tonight & Thursday night.
Tonight, will bring fair to partly cloudy skies and another round of bitterly cold temps. Lows below zero and in the -teens with a light wind out of the NW and chills in the -20 and -30s.
Saturday, expect plenty of sunshine and cold temps. Highs in the single digits and on either side of zero with a W/SE wind 2-12mph and chills below zero and in the -teens.
Saturday night, mostly clear and still cold. Lows below zero and in the negative teens with a light wind out of the South and chills in the -teens & -20s again.
Sunday will bring another round of sunshine and slightly warmer temps that will be well below average for this time of the year. Highs all above zero and into the teens with a SW/NW wind 5-15mph G20. Chills below zero and in the -teens.
Sunday night, increasing clouds and cold with rising snow chances after Midnight. Lows below zero with a NE/East wind 2-12mph and chills in the -teens. 80% chance for AM snow with 1-3″ of new snow expected and even more on the way.