From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
A low pressure system will continue to move East & away from our area. In lieu of our latest system, a ridge of high pressure will develop over the Northern Plains & Dakotas. This transition means a few more changes during the next couple of days. Temperatures will fall below average tonight and into the into the freezing range for some. Across much of Western ND a frost advisory will be in effect through tomorrow (8am mdt) morning. A little further north, a freeze warning will be in effect for Williams & Divide counties until Tuesday at 9am cdt. Under the strengthening ridge of high pressure expect clearing skies, gradually warming temps and a rain-free forecast. By Wednesday, temps will be back to either side of 70 with higher rain chances Wednesday night through the end of the work week. Our weekend ahead will bring more sunshine, seasonable highs and temps warming to either side of 80 by Sunday and into the beginning of the work week. Our main chances for rain will be Wednesday night through Friday as our next system moves through the area.
Tonight, expect mostly to partly cloudy skies with gradually decreasing cover and unseasonably cool temps. Lows in the 30s & 40s (near freezing for some) with a North/ NW wind 5-15mph.
Tuesday will bring decreasing cloud cover, leading to plenty of sunshine with unseasonably cool conditions. Highs in the 50s with a few 60s and a light NW wind 2-10mph.
Tuesday night, fair to partly cloudy skies with in & out, light cloud cover and a cool feel. Lows on either side of 40 with an East/SE wind 2-12mph.
Wednesday will bring plenty of sunshine with continued in & out light cloud cover and more seasonable temperatures. Highs on either side of 70 with a South/SE wind 5-15mph G20.
Wednesday night, increasing clouds are expected followed by rising rain chances in advance of our next low pressure system. Lows in the 40s & 50s with a SE wind 5-15mph G20. 30% chance for rain.