Friday’s PM Forecast Update 4/21

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From the KX Storm Center:
Widespread & dense fog from this morning has lifted up and is gone. Now, clouds continue to move out with more sunshine & slightly warmer temps expected. Precip chances will stay low through Saturday morning. Through Saturday afternoon, scattered rain will develop and move through parts of Western & Central ND. Not everyone will get wet and rain will be hit & miss. Though a few thunderstorms are not out of the question, no severe weather is expected. Through the weekend, off/on precip chances will continue with the chance for some mix affecting parts of the state. Sunday night & Monday, our next system will move through the state. The latest few model runs have been playing down rain chances and accumulations with this system. However, winds will pick up and become a bit windy for some. Next week will be a little different, though. Temps will fall below average for this time of the year and dip into the 40s, for some. There will be some clearing by Tuesday/Wednesday, but an active weather pattern will continue through most of the work week. 
 
Tonight, mostly clear with in & out clouds with a cool feel. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s and a Light wind out of the South/SW, 2-10mph.
 
Saturday will start off with plenty of sunshine. Our next system will move through Western & Central ND with cooler temps in its wake and scattered PM rain. Partly cloudy with in & out clouds and a few hit & miss showers. Highs in the 50s & 60s with a SW/NE wind 5-15mph G20. 
 
Saturday night, a few showers with some mix possible and a cool feel. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s and a NE wind 5-15mph G20, becoming breezy at times.
 
Sunday will bring some clearing and slightly cooler temps. Highs in the 50s & 60s with a few 40s with an East wind 10-20mph G30. 
 
Sunday night, mostly cloudy with rising chances for rain/mix as our next system moves in. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s and anEast/NE wind 10-20mph G30.
 

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