Monday Morning Weather Update 9/5

The latest Forecast from the KX News Dakota Storm Center.

The low pressure system from yesterday has since passed through the area, leaving behind cooler temperatures for Labor Day. Daytime highs will likely not reach 70 degrees. Showers and thunderstorms increase throughout the afternoon and into the evening. Higher chances will remain in the northern areas as the most recent models are indicating. The severe weather threat is also minimal for today if any chance at all. Rain chances will clear up by Tuesday, but will make another return as another low pressure system comes across the area on Wednesday. The end of the work week will be much sunnier, but temperatures remain cool on either side of 70 degrees. 

Monday, cloudy skies with chances of showers and thunderstorms remaining in the area. Highs to be cool in the mid 60s with a northeast/north wind at 2-10 mph.

Monday night, rain chances decrease as the night progresses, otherwise partly cloudy skies. Lows will be on either side of 50 degrees with a north wind shifting northwest at 1-8 mph. 

Tuesday, temperatures continue to be cool on either side of 70 degrees with partly cloudy skies across the area. Winds expected to be light out of the northwest at 1-8 mph.

Tuesday night, low rain chances for the night, although possible for the early AM hours onto Wednesday. Lows to be in the upper 40s or lower 50s with an east wind at 1-8 mph. 
Wednesday, a chance of showers and thunderstorms develop across the state, otherwise partly cloudy skies. Daytime highs to be on either side of 70 degrees with a light and variable wind. 

~ Heidi Werosta, KX News

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