From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
We are under the influence of a broad ridge of high pressure, across the Northern Plains. This system will lead to a continued, calm weather pattern with pleasant conditions. Today, we have seen mostly sunny skies and temperatures are still well above average, a few spots on the map may have daytime highs near the record-breaking range. It will not be that warm for everyone, but we will all continue to experience a pleasant feel through the next several days. Our weather pattern will change up a little toward the beginning of the work week with a weak cold front Sunday night & Monday. This system will bring scattered rain, followed by a slightly cooler air mass. Temps will dip into the 50s and either side of 60 through next week. Though with will feel a little cooler than this week, temps will still be on the warm side compared to our seasonal average. Other than our weak front Sunday night, rain chances will stay low with plenty of sunshine through the 7day planner.
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Tonight, mostly clear skies and cool with in & out cover. Lows in the 30s & 40s with a light wind out of the South, 2-10mph.
Saturday, expect more sunshine with a few clouds and another round of warmer temps. Highs in the 60s with a few 70s and a SW/S wind 2-12mph.
Saturday night, expect fair to partly cloudy skies and a cool feel. Lows on either side of 40 with a light SE wind that will become calm for many of us.
Sunday will start off mostly sunny with gradually increasing clouds and temps topping out well above average. Highs in the 60s with a few 70s and a South wind picking up to 5-15mph G20.
Sunday night, fair to partly cloudy skies with increasing clouds and scattered light rain for some. Lows in the 40s with a few 30s and still a little breezy, before winds calm down a bit.