The latest Forecast from the KX News Dakota Storm Center.
A weak low pressure system and front will move through our area tonight and tomorrow. Scattered rain & thunderstorms are possible and a few of the storms may become strong. However, severe weather is not expected with our next system at this time. In the wake of this system, temperatures will climb through the seasonable range becoming hot by Sunday. Saturday’s high temps in the 70s, Sunday's highs in the 80s. Daytime highs will remain seasonably warm through the beginning of the work week. After skies become sunny on Sunday, rain chances will fall and remain low through the mid week. Next week, rain chances will pick back up by Thursday.
Tonight will bring partly to mostly cloudy skies with scattered rain continuing to move East. Lows will be near 50 with a light wind out of the South. 30% chance for rain.
Saturday, expect clearing skies through the day with slightly warmer & seasonable temps. Highs on either side of 80 and a West/SW wind 2-10mph.
Saturday night will bring in & out clouds with low rain chances and light winds. Lows in the 50s with a SE wind 2-10mph, becoming a little breezy at times.
Sunday will bring plenty of sunshine with a hot feel. Highs near 90 and a little muggy with a South wind 5-15mph
Sunday night, expect fair to partly cloudy skies with a pleasant feel. Lows will be in the 50s & 60s with a light NW wind.
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