The latest Forecast from the KX News Dakota Storm Center.
A weak low pressure system & trough will move across the state, bringing scattered showers & thunderstorms with a low risk (Marginal) for severe weather. Where we see hit & miss severe storms, the primary threat will be strong winds and possible hail around 1″. Rain chances and the severe weather risk will fizzle out (through the AM hours), followed by clearing skies. During the mid-week, expect plenty of sunshine, low rain chances and warmer temperatures. Wednesday night through Thursday night will be our next significant chance for rain and risk for severe weather as our next low pressure system & front moves through the Dakotas. In the wake of this next front, expect some clearing and high temps falling into the 70s through the weekend due to a slightly cooler air mass rolling into the Northern Plains.
Tonight will bring scattered rain & storms with a low risk for severe weather. Through the early morning hours, expect clearing skies with storms calming down. Lows on either side of 60 with a light East/NW wind 2-10mph. 40% chance for rain.
Tuesday, continued clearing skies early with seasonably warm temps and pleasant conditions after early rain chances end. Highs in the 80s with a NW/North wind 2-12mph.
Tuesday night, mostly clear skies and a pleasant feel. Lows in the 50s with a few 60s and a North/NE wind 1-8mph.
Wednesday will bring plenty of sunshine with a few in & out clouds and slightly warmer temps. Highs on either side of 90 with a South wind 2-12mph.
Wednesday night, expect increasing clouds late followed by rising rain chances and a low risk for severe weather. Lows in the 60s with a light SE wind 2-10mph. 50% chance for rain.