The threat of severe weather continues to push through the state. By 9 pm tonight most of the severe weather will be moving through the central region. The risk early on continues to be hail then changing over to a big wind event. At this point in time severe storms will also be moving faster, but still heavy rain continues to be the biggest threat and moving more so to the southern half of the state. With this cold front temperatures will be dropping and the winds will be changing directions. The severe threat will greatly diminish by 11pm as the severe thunderstorm watch will move out. Tomorrow, you can expect to have highs only near 50 degrees. The rest of the week will have mild temperatures a bit closer to average. An average high temperature for mid May is around 70 degrees and lows in the mid 40s.
Sunday night, storms mainly in central ND and entering the eastern part of the state, winds to be the biggest threats and the chance of severe weather decreasing overnight. Winds east/northwest at 10-20 mph and stronger in local areas, where thunderstorms occur. Lows in the 50s. Chance of rain 60%.
Monday, a few clouds and highs in the lower 70s. Winds northwest at 10-20 mph and gusty at times.
Monday night, winds northwest at 5-15 mph and lows in the upper 40s. Skies mostly clear.
Tuesday, a few clouds and highs in the 70s. Winds southwest at 5-10 mph.
Tuesday night, a few clouds and winds southwest at 5-10 mph. Lows in the upper 40s.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team