KX Storm Team Monday Evening Forecast

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An area of cold, arctic high pressure continues to influence our weather. Across central North Dakota, clearer skies will let temperatures drop into the single digits and perhaps a few negative readings. A blanket of clouds out west will keep temperatures into the teens overnight. An approaching warm front from the west will then set the stage for a mixed bag of precipitation. Precipitation will begin as snow, mainly to the north, but as warm air overrides the cold air, snow will turn to freezing rain and sleet. There is the possibility that ice accumulation could be significant by early Wednesday morning, particularly north central North Dakota, including the Minot area. By the 2nd half of the week, expect temperatures to be slightly above average. The pattern then turns decidedly more active and cooler this weekend, with a chance for accumulating snow. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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