KX Storm Team Tuesday Night One Minute Forecast

One Minute Forecast

We’ll look for a mild night ahead with partly cloudy skies and light winds. A cold front pushes through North Dakota tomorrow, cooling our temperatures down a few degrees and bringing a slight chance for rain to the southwest. Thursday looks mostly quiet, although a few light sprinkles can’t be ruled out by the morning timeframe across the central part of the state. By Friday, we’ll see an increase in clouds as a significant system arrives from the west. An energized jet stream will move overhead, creating low pressure at the surface. Precipitation will pick up late Friday night and into Saturday with a chance for snow to mix in, especially to the north. Another wave of precipitation moves in on Sunday, and again there will be enough cold air around for some snow to mix in. Accumulations are possible, with the best chance across the northern half of the viewing area. Precipitation looks to gradually wind down into early next week, but temperatures will remain below average. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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