KX Storm Team Friday Night Forecast

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With partially clearing skies temperatures will fall to some of their lowest points of the season overnight, with a Wind Chill Advisory in effect for the eastern half of the viewing area through tomorrow morning. Highs will be slow to rebound through the day, with the exception in the west near the Montana border. There, an approaching warm front will push temperatures into the upper 20s. The same warm front will be the focus for additional snow development across the central part of the state by tomorrow evening. A few inches of snow can be expected east of a line from Williston to Bismarck by Sunday morning. Another chance for snow will arrive on Monday, with additional accumulations expected. Temperatures through next week will continue to warm, but the pattern will remain active, with every day having the possibility for snowfall. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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