A thin band of precipitation has set up in Central and Northwestern ND. Temperatures are mostly in the low to mid 30s which means any precipitation is falling as a rain/snow mix for many. This will continue to push southeast and bring little, if any, accumulation.
Highs today return to the 40s and 50s with a light westerly wind. Partly cloudy this afternoon with a good shot a sun for most. This evening, a comfortable trick or treating forecast with temperatures mostly in the 40s.
Widely scattered showers on Thursday with breezy northwesterly wind. Highs tomorrow return to the 40s. A break in the precipitation chances on Friday as highs continue to cool to the 30s and 40s.
Another round of rain and snow on Saturday with the possibility of a few inches of snow accumulation through Saturday evening. Cold daytime highs with widespread 30s.
-Amber Wheeler, KX Storm Team