Saturday’s Weather 5/6


It was a beautiful start to the weekend and the chances are high that it will finish with a lot of sunshine on Sunday. Temperatures will also be in the mid 80s in the west and mid 70s in the east. This is due to a warm front passing on the western side of North Dakota. Once the front passes on Sunday, Monday will likely be cooler, in the 60s for most. There will also be an increased chance of rain showers with an occasional thunderstorm on Sunday night and into Monday. Nothing is likely to be severe. Winds will continue to be breezy the next couple of days as the warm front passes and the low pressure system. Nice weather will return on Wednesday will a partly cloudy sky, but temperatures will be in the 60s for most of the week. There is uncertainty of how the end of the work week will pan out. This is because of a potential low pressure making its way through the region and can bring in some cooler air by Thursday. It all depends on the track it takes.

Tonight, a clear sky along with lows mainly around 50 degrees. Winds are likely to be breezy and from the southeast at 10-20 mph and gusting to near 25 mph. 

Sunday, daytime highs range from the mid 70s to mid 80s across the state. Winds breezy and southeast at 10-20 mph and gusting to 30 mph. A few clouds in the northern region, otherwise, sunny. 

Sunday night, lows around 50 degrees along with a few thunderstorms and rain showers. The showers will start in the west and head east throughout the night. Winds also breezy and southeast then shifting west at 10-20 mph and gusting to 25 mph. Chance of rain 40%.
Monday, highs in the 60s and thunderstorms and rain showers in the morning and afternoon, then likely clearing. Winds northwest/north at 10-20 mph and gusting to 30 mph.
Monday night, a clear sky and winds breezy, from the northwest. Lows in the lower 40s. 

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