Temperatures are slowly warming back up to average. This trend will continue through mid week of next week. An average high for this time of year is in the lower 40s and lows in the lower 20s. In the meantime, skies will start out mostly cloudy on Sunday and then a gradual clearing throughout the day. A stationary front will also be stuck in the southwestern region of the state. This will enable temperatures in the 40s in the southwest and then heading further northeast the temperatures become cooler as highs will be in the upper 20s for those in the Turtle Mountains. In fact, most of the upcoming week will see this in temperatures, a big temperature difference across the state. With some areas seeing warmer temperatures in the day, nights will still be on the cooler side, in the 20s and teens. In terms of precipitation, there is not any real high chances this coming week. A mild cold front will move through on Tuesday and associated with the front can be a chance of some light snow. Overall, this week will stay on the dry side and temperatures will be warming up through the midweek.
Saturday night, mostly cloudy skies and winds west and light. Lows will vary from the teens in the north to lower 20s in the south.
Sunday, cloudy to start then a gradual clearing to only a few clouds throughout the day. Winds south to southeast at 1-5 mph and highs in the upper 30s and lower 40s.
Sunday night, lows around 20 degrees and wind southeast at 5-10 mph and a partly cloudy sky.
Monday, sunny, and winds light with highs varying in the 30s in the north and 40s south.
Monday night, lows in the mid 20s and a partly to mostly cloudy sky. Winds south and light.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team