There is a low pressure system that is along the Saskatchewan/ Manitoba border with a front that is extending down into North Dakota. This is bringing in drier air, lowering the dew points, for the rest of the evening and overnight hours. The front will continue to move east. As it moves eastward there will be a few rounds of energy coming through the southern region. This means that there is a chance of a widely scattered rain showers and thunderstorms for the overnight hours and into Sunday. At this time severe weather is not anticipated. There will also be another chance of rain on Monday night and into the morning hours. The solar eclipse is on Monday, and the forecast, as of now, is to have mostly to partly cloudy skies, but more sun is possible in the northwest for the morning and early afternoon hours. The week ahead looks to have another round of storms for Friday and into Saturday with temperatures staying near to just a few degrees below average.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team