Scattered rain has already begun across much of western ND this morning. Very warm morning lows in the 50s and 60s will result in 60s and 70s later on this afternoon. Cloud cover has been pretty thick and will be crucial into the afternoon in regards to severe weather. Keeping the cloud cover around a little longer can inhibit some of the severe weather potential in our viewing area. A marginal and slight risk for severe weather in the east. All severe weather hazards are possible: golf-ball size hail, wind up to 70 mph and tornadoes.
Tonight, decreasing rain and storms with cooler lows in the 40s. Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a brisk southwesterly wind around 15-20 mph gusting to 30 mph. Highs will return to the 60s and 70s. Partly sunny and dry on Thursday with chances for rain back in the forecast for Friday.
-Amber Wheeler, KX Storm Team