KX Storm Team Thursday Night One Minute Forecast

One Minute Forecast

Clouds will increase overnight as the next system arrives. Expect a rain/snow mix in the western part of the state by late tomorrow morning as a cold front overtakes a lifting warm front. By later in the afternoon, rain will switch over to all snow, and light accumulations (up to an inch) are possible primarily east of US83. Winds will pick up behind the system, and expect Saturday to be quite windy at times with slightly colder temperatures. Sunday looks dry and again slightly cooler, but as we head into Christmas Eve a shift in the weather pattern begins to take shape. Colder air (more typical for a North Dakota winter) will arrive for Christmas, along with increasing snow chances. Confidence is increasing in a potentially robust storm system developing Wednesday, with heavy snow amounts. However, at this time it appears that the heaviest accumulations will be to our east and south, although this certainly would impact travelers after the Christmas holiday. Shifts in the track of the system could increase snowfall amounts for our area, so keeping an eye on the forecast is important. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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