Friday’s PM Foecast Update 6/30

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From the KX Storm Center:
After scattered rain & severe weather during the past couple of days, our weather pattern is changing up just in time for this Independence Day Weekend. Rain chances will stay low with only a few exceptions. 
Through the next few hours it will stay breezy with clearing. More sunshine is expected late this afternoon & evening, before winds start to calm down. Saturday & Sunday, it will gradually warm into and above the seasonable range with daytime highs climbing well into the 80s. Late Sunday & early Monday, a warm front will roll through the Dakotas with a chance for light rain. In the wake of this upcoming warm front, it will get hot. Daytime high temperatures will continue to warm as a ridge of high pressure sets up. Air-flow will stay out of the south for the most part. Through much of next week, temps climb well above average for this time of the year and into the 90s. There is some uncertainty with just how hot daytime highs will get. Long-term model guidance is suggesting temps will climb through the 90s & past the triple digit marker. I have kept highs mostly below 100 with a few areas getting that hot. However, it is not out of the question. It is very dry and with drought conditions worsening, no rain, plenty of sunshine & warmer air… It is very possible that it could warm up even more than forecast. If this much warming occurs, it will not be even worse for drought conditions. 

Tonight, partly cloudy to mostly clear and a little cool with in & out clouds. Lows in the 40s & 50s with a NW/SW wind calming to 2-10mph.
Saturday, mostly sunny and warming up  with a few hit & miss showers possible. Highs in the 80s with a few 70s and a SE/NW wind 5-15mph G20. 
Saturday night, partly cloudy. Lows in the 50s with a North/SE wind 2-12mph.

Sunday will bring another round of sunshine with continued warming and a light breeze. Highs in the 80s with a few 90s and a SE wind 5-15mph.
Sunday night, more clouds rolling in with a chance for scattered rain as a warm front rolls through. Lows in the 50s & 60s with a SE/South wind 5-15mph.
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