Tuesday’s Forecast Update 7/11

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From the KX Storm Center:
Across the state it is warm with a few showers & thunderstorms. There is a risk for severe weather across much of the state. There is a slight risk of severe weather for the Northern half of the state & Eastern ND. The Western & Southern edge of the slight risk area runs from Williston to Jamestown. There is a Marginal risk of severe weather along the Missouri River valley and into South Central ND.
Aside from our risk of severe weather, it is hot with plenty of sunshine and a little breezy. Showers & thunderstorms will be hit & miss as a low pressure system moves ESE from Southern Canada, through ND and into MN. During this time, we will continue to have a chance for rain with the potential for thunderstorms to become severe.

A marginal risk of severe weather means that isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible. Severe storms will be limited in duration, coverage & intensity. Winds 40-60mph. Hail up to 1″ and a low risk of tornadoes.

A slight risk of severe weather means that scattered severe thunderstorms will be possible. Severe storms will be short-lived & not widespread. Isolated storms may become intense. Reports of strong winds/wind damage are expected with hail around 1″ in diameter (isolated 2″) and one or two tornadoes are not out of the Question.
In the wake of this system, temps dip back into the 70s & 80s tomorrow with clearing skies. Thursday & Friday will bring warming temps. Daytime highs will climb into the 80s & 90s Thursday & into the 90s & 100s by Friday. This heat up will be quick and will trigger a heat wave that will last through the weekend and for the rest of the 7day Outlook. highs will top out in the 90s & 100s during this time with very low rain chances. The few chances of rain will not bring widespread high accumulations, but some of us may get a little wet. The UV-forecast will be very high through the rest of the work week and may jump into the extreme category by this weekend. Along with temps & rain chances, we will keep an eye on this for you too. 

Tonight, partly to mostly cloudy with rain chances ending and some clearing. Lows in the 50s & 60s with a NW/North wind 2-10mph.  20% chance of rain.

Wednesday, plenty of sunshine & not as warm. Highs in the 70s & 80s with isolated showers ending and more sunshine on the way. North wind 5-15mph G20.

Wednesday Night, mostly clear to partly cloudy. Lows in the 50s & 60s with a NE/SE wind 2-12mph. 
Thursday, sunny with a few clouds and hot. Highs in the 80s (Central) & 90s (Western) with a SE wind 5-15mph G20. 
Thursday night, mostly clear and mild. Lows in the 50s & 60s with a SE wind 2-12mph.
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