KX Storm Team Monday Evening Forecast

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Skies will remain relatively clear tonight with mild overnight lows. Fog could once again reform, especially in areas east and south of Bismarck. Tomorrow will feature plenty of sunshine with temperatures rising into the 30s across the viewing area and a southeasterly wind. The southeasterly wind is a hint at big changes by Wednesday, as a large and pronounced trough in the jet stream pulls into the central part of the country. At the surface, snow will fall on the northern side of the developing low. At this point, the heaviest snow totals look to be east and south of Bismarck but could change with the change in the track of the surface low. In addition, this system will most assuredly increase winds over a large area, including North Dakota. A strong northerly wind will develop by late Wednesday in response to the approaching system. This wind will continue through the day Thursday, enhancing the chances for blizzard conditions during this same time period. Much quieter weather looks likely as we finish the week and head into the weekend. Temperatures look to be at or just below average. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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