Tuesday’s Forecast Update 8/15

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From the KX Storm Center:
An active weather pattern continues with showers & thunderstorms moving across North Dakota, today. There is not a risk of severe weather and much needed rain is moving through the state.  A low pressure system & front will continue to move East, through the Dakotas and into the Upper Midwest.  As this system moves out of the state, precip chances will fizzle out later tonight & into Wednesday. In the wake of today’s system, our active weather pattern will start to calm down as we go through the rest of the work week. Expect more sunshine with gradually warming temps as we get closer to the end of the work week. Daytime highs will climb back into the 80s and into a seasonable range. Our next chance for rain is Thursday night/ Friday as a smaller & quick moving system moves through the state. 
As off/on rain chances continue we are not looking at much of a risk for severe weather. This being said, rain chances will mostly end after this second system moves across the state, Thursday/Friday. Through the rest of the work week & weekend, it will be a little breezy at times with temps staying near & slightly above average for this time of the year. This means that it will heat up a little bit and by Saturday, parts of the state may have temps climbing into the lower 90s.
Tonight, showers & a few thunderstorms will start to fizzle out followed by clearing. Lows in the 50s with an East/NW wind 2-10mph. 30% chance of rain.
Wednesday, continued clearing becoming sunny and some warming. Highs in the 70s & 80s with a West/North wind 5-15mph G20. 20% chance of AM rain.
Wednesday night, mostly clear with seasonable temps. Lows in the 50s with a NW/South wind 2-10mph. 
Thursday, mostly sunny with in & out clouds and warmer temps. Highs in the 80s and near average for this time of the year. South wind 5-15mph G20.
Thursday night, mostly clear to partly cloudy with increasing clouds & higher rain chances. Lows in the 50s with a West/SW wind 2-10mph.
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