Labor Day forecast update 9/5

From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:

A low pressure system and cold front will continue to move out of the Northern Plains and into the Midwest. In lieu of this departing, expect some clearing with in & out clouds and low rain chances tonight through Tuesday. Meanwhile, our next low pressure system will begin to develop over Montana & Wyoming. So, this short break from scattered rain will not allow too much warming but there will be a little more sunshine. Wednesday, our next system will move through the region, bringing higher rain chances & more thunderstorms into play. By the end of the work week, expect in & out clouds with low rain chances. This weekend will bring more sunshine, slightly warmer temps (close to average for this time of the year) and stronger winds. 

Tonight will bring tapering rain chances, followed by some clearing. Lows will be on either side of 50 with a North/NW wind 2-10mph. 20% chance for rain.

Tuesday expect partly cloudy skies with in  out cover and a light to moderate wind. Highs will be in the 60s & 70s with a W/E wind 2-12mph.


Tuesday night, fair to partly cloudy skies with increasing clouds and rising rain chances. Lows in the 50s with a few 40s and an East wind 2-10mph. %20% chance for rain.

Wednesday will bring mostly cloudy skies with a likely chance for scattered rain & thunderstorms. Highs on either side of 70 with an East/SE wind 5-15mph. 70% chance for rain.

Wednesday night, expect tapering rain chances followed by clearing skies. Lows in the 40s & 50s with a light wind out of the west. 2-12mph. 30% chances for rain.

‚Äč~Dorrell Wenninger – KX Weather

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