Rain showers will continue through much of the morning hours. Most of the rain will stay around I-94 or south of there. Then it’ll fizzle out by the morning hours. Afterwards, the temperatures will increase to the lower 80s today – a beautiful Thursday — the winds will also be out of the west at 5-10 mph. Later this evening the rain showers will also move out and we will be left with a clear sky. Friday will be quiet and highs in the 80s. This weekend will have more of a unique weather feature — a strong cold front is expected. Saturday will be in the 90s. Then by Sunday, it’ll be at least 15 degrees cooler. Along with this front we will have to watch out for the threat of possible severe weather. As of now, not all of the severe weather ingredients are together — we will have to continue to track this. Once the weekend is over, the weather is expected to be quiet and mostly sunny. Overall, mainly quiet conditions for the rest of this week then a big change comes over the weekend with another round of quiet conditions afterwards. An average high temperature is in the 80s and lows around the lower to mid 50 degrees.
Today, a few morning showers in the morning — for the south — then clearing later in the day for all of ND. Highs in the lower 80s and a west wind at 5-10 mph.
Tonight, lows in the 60s and a mostly clear sky. Winds mainly from the south and light.
Friday, highs in the 80s and winds south and light. Skies are to be mainly clear.
Friday night, a south wind and a few clouds. Lows in the 60s. Winds southeast/south at 1-8 mph.
Saturday, highs around 90 degrees and a south wind at 5-15 mph. Humid conditions and a mostly sunny sky.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team