From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
A low pressure system over Montana will move through the Northern Plains with a cold front, this weekend. This same low and cold front will stall out over the Great Lakes region & Midwest through the beginning of the work week and bring our area continued, daily rain chances. In advance of this system, tonight & Saturday will bring continued warm temps with off/on scattered showers & thunderstorms. Saturday night, expect increasing clouds followed by rising rain chances. Sunday & Monday will be our next chance for significant rain with some thunderstorms potentially becoming severe. Temperatures will fall considerably with daytime highs in the 70s & 60s through the rest of the 7day planner. Labor Day will bring unseasonably cool temps with scattered rain & thunderstorms, a slight risk for severe weather and a threat of flash flooding. In the wake of this system, expect more sunshine with in & out clouds, a light to moderate wind and lower rain chances.
Tonight will bring fair to partly cloudy skies after rain chances come to an end. A few of the Friday night football games may be affected by rain and a few hit & miss thunderstorms. Check your “KX Weather” app for the latest details. Lows in the 60s with a SE/South wind 10-20mph.
Saturday will bring a mixture of sunshine & cloud cover with more clouds rolling in, late. Highs in the 80s with a West/North wind 10-20mph. Low rain chances.
Saturday night expect increasing clouds followed by rising rain chances, late. Lows on either side of 60 with a North wind 2-12mph. 40% chance for rain & .25″-.5″ of new rain for affected areas.
Sunday will bring cooler temps, mostly cloudy skies and scattered showers & thunderstorms. There will be a slight risk for severe weather in parts of our area. Highs in the 70s with a NE/East wind 5-15mph G20. 80% chance for rain with .25″-.75″ of new rain expected.
Sunday night will bring continued, scattered rain chances. Showers & thunderstorms will be off/on through the early morning and there will be a potential for flash flooding in some areas of Central & Eastern ND. Lows in the 50s with a NE/North wind 5-15mph G25.