Thursday’s PM Forecast Update 3/23

From the KX Storm Center:
Across Western & Central ND today, widespread rain is the main headline. That being said, temperatures have been running 5-10 degrees warmer than yesterday. The exception to this is Southwest & South Central ND where it is slightly cooler due to rain through most of the day. Our weather pattern will begin to change as soon as this evening. Expect tapering rain chances followed by some clearing, overnight. Friday will start off cloudy & cool with clearing through the day. After Noon, expect decreasing clouds to reveal plenty of sunshine. This will allow a lot of time for temps to continue climbing into the 50s & a few 60s for some (West). Saturday will bring more warming with winds becoming a little breezy at times and Sunday will be our next chance for rain. Through the weekend, temps stay above average and well into the 50s! The beginning of th work week will bring more sunshine, continued mild temps and low precip chances until Tuesday/Wednesday. Temps will continue to climb into late, next week. 
Tonight, mostly cloudy skies with tapering rain chances and continued above average temps. Lows in the 20s & 30s with a North wind 2-12mph and a 30% chance for rain.
Friday will bring decreasing clouds,  revealing plenty of sunshine and a light wind. Highs in the 40s & 50s with a few 60s and a North/East wind 2-12mph.
Friday night, mostly clear with a cool feel. Lows in the 20s & 30s with a light wind out of the East/SE.
Saturday will start off with mostly sunshine and continued warming. More clouds will roll in late and it will be breezy at times. Highs in the 50s & 40s (East) with a few 60s (West & SW). South/SE wind 5-15mph G20.
Saturday night, continued increasing clouds with AM rain chances. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s possible and a light wind from the SE. 30% chance for rain.

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