A low pressure system is currently over Montana, it will be sweeping over North Dakota through the overnight hours. As the low comes through, there is a chance of an isolated severe thunderstorm possible. The biggest threat of severe weather will likely be small hail for the western region tonight. It will be moving to the northeast heading further into the night. A cold front will also be passing through. This will be driving temperatures down into the 70s for tomorrow. There will also be a series of rain showers, off and on, throughout the week. A few days will have a chance of thunderstorms and breezy conditions. Among rain chances, the temperatures will likely be cooling down. Heading into Thursday and Friday, expect the temperatures to only be in the 50s. Average temperatures for this time of year is in the mid 60s for a high and lows in the lower 40s.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team