There is a possibility of severe weather to occur for portions of southwest and south North Dakota. The main threat will likely be large hail and damaging winds. This is due to a marginal risk of severe weather issued by the Storm Prediction Center. Heavy rains are also possible as a lot of storms can have heavy downpours and remain stationary or move very slowly for the duration. The threat will remain for the afternoon and evening hours on Saturday then should diminish overnight. Models are suggesting that dense fog is possible in the morning hours on Monday and showers will continue to move to eastern North Dakota. As for the rest of the day on Sunday, skies should stay partly cloudy and temperatures below average, into the upper 70s. Another chance of rain does exist Monday evening and into Tuesday. Afterwards, the remainder of the week should stay fairly quiet and temperatures will stay on a slow gradual increase with only the lower 80s expected by next weekend. Average temperatures continue to be in the mid 80s for highs and lows in the mid 50s.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team