From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
Across the state today, we have bee seeing mostly sunny skies with unseasonably warm temperatures reaching into the 30s & 40s. This calm weather pattern will continue as we go into the end of the work week. By Friday, we will start to see changes across the state. A ridge of high pressure will begin to give way to an approaching clipper. Expect increasing clouds on Friday with mix/snow chances picking up Friday evening & Friday night. Through Saturday & Sunday, snow chances will be off/on and continue as a clipper moves through the Northern Plains. At this point, less than 1″ of new snow is expected across most of Western & Central ND and 1″-3″ possible for some, with higher totals in our northern region. So, little to no accumulation is expected and this system will mostly be a nuisance event. The beginning of the work week will bring in & out clouds with highs on either side of 30 and lows in the teens & 20s. Long-range model guidance is hinting at a secondary system potentially rolling through the Dakotas, toward the end of the 7day planner.
Tonight, temps will stay above average under fair to partly cloudy skies. Lows in the teens with a few 20s and a South wind 1-8mph. Chills in the teens & single digits.
Thursday, more sunshine with a few in & out clouds. Highs in the 30s with a few 40s possible and a South wind 2-10mph.
Thursday night, fair to partly cloudy skies and chilly. Lows in the teens with a few 20s and a light wind out of the South/SE. Chills in the teens & single digits.
Friday will start off chilly with a sun cloud mix and increasing clouds, through the day. Highs in the 20s & 30s with a SE wind 2-12mph.
Friday night, skies will become mostly cloudy with scattered mix & snow starting up. Lows in the teens & 20s with a few 30s and a light SE wind. 20% chance for mix/snow with chills in the teens and single digits.