From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
Today started off chilly and temps have warmed up some under sunny skies. Highs will be on either side of 60 and close to average for this time of the year. A ridge of high pressure will continue to build across our area tonight & through much of the day tomorrow. We will wrap up the work week with this high giving way to a weak front. So, Friday will bring increasing clouds and unseasonably warm temperatures, followed by a chance for scattered showers late. Not everyone will get wet Friday night & Saturday morning and temps will be well above the freezing mark. No snow is expected with this weak system. Through the weekend, temps will remain slightly above average with a chance for rain on Sunday. Wind speeds will pick up, making it breezy across the area. By the beginning of next week, warmer temps will fall back into the 50s after another weak front moves through the Northern Plains. During the next several days, there will be a few chances for rain across Western & Central ND.
Tonight, fair to party cloudy skies and a little chilly with temps falling to near freezing for some. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s and a SE wind 2-10mph.
Friday will bring mostly sunny skies with increasing cover and warmer air will move across the state. Highs in the 60s & 70s with a few 80s possible (SW) and a SE/S wind 5-15mph G20.
Friday Night, expect mostly cloudy skies with hit & miss showers associated with a weak front. Lows in the 40s with a few 50s and a S/W wind 2-10mph. 20% chance for rain.
Saturday, mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies with in & out clouds and a pleasant feel. Highs in the 60s with a West wind 5-15mph G20.
Saturday night will be mostly clear and cool. Lows in the 30s & 40s with a light wind out of the South.