Good Friday morning! Temps are anywhere between the teens in Bismarck to the 20s in Minot and Williston. Dickinson is the anomaly this morning with the mid 30s. A round of light snow will push east today associated with a clipper system. Wind is increasing later today and coming from the west and northwest at 20-30 mph gusting to up to 40 mph. Drifting snow will once again remain a concern. Highs will return to the lower 30s for many which means plenty of melting then refreezing tonight. Wind remains strong before is tapers into Saturday Morning.
Saturday, a partly sunny sky with a slight chance for a few scattered snow showers in the north. Highs tomorrow will mainly warm into the 20s. Sunday, a cooler day with upper teens to lower 20s. An arctic front will bring single digit highs on Monday with a chance for snow. Very light accumulation for now. Expect highs next week to warm only into the single digits with a few of us struggeling to get out of the negative. Looks like the current trend is to stay cold through next weekend.
Amber Wheeler, KX Weather