Right now there is a mild cold front sweeping the state from North to South — this is enabling the Northern region to be in the upper 80s, while the south is in the 90s. Don’t worry though it’ll get into the 90s tomorrow for everyone. The high pressure system is continuing to build in the Northern plains — this is resulting in hot temperatures and sunny skies. By Friday and Saturday it will be possible to see areas in the triple digits. With temperatures potentially in the triple digits that will lead us to highs around 15 degrees above average. The forecast doesn’t really change until a cold front comes through on Sunday night. This front will likely bring in little to no rain — meaning the dry humidity will continue. It isn’t until Monday night that there could be a chance of showers and thunderstorms — even then there is a minimal chance at this time. An average high temperature is in the mid 80s and lows in the mid 50.
Wednesday night, skies are to be mainly clear sky. Lows on either side of 60 degrees and winds light and variable from the north/northwest.
Thursday, sunny skies, dry conditions, and temperatures in the mid 90s. Winds northwest at 1-8 mph.
Thursday night, a light wind from the south and clear skies. Lows in the 60s.
Friday, sunny skies and hot temperatures, in the upper 90s. Winds south at 5-10 mph.
Friday night, warm, in the lower to mid 60s and clear skies. Winds southeast and light.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team