Look for precipitation to increase tonight, with a possible changeover to snow into the early morning hours. There is a chance for light accumulations, especially southwest North Dakota. This system will exit tomorrow morning, but most of the viewing area will be left with cloud cover and a cool, breezy day. Our attention then turns south as the next round of precipitation arrives. Latest data suggests that rain will transition to snow, with accumulations certainly possible. Who sees the highest totals will depend on the exact track and how quickly the rain transitions to snow, but at this point the highest amounts look south and east. In addition, winds will also become gusty from the north, which will add to blowing snow and possible traveling hazards. Thursday and Friday look mostly dry, with temperatures warming close to seasonal averages to end the week. The first part of the weekend could feature more precipitation in the form of rain and snow. -Meteorologist Dave Holder
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