From the KX News Dakota Storm Center:
Across the area today, we started off with a mixture of sunshine & cloud cover. Scattered showers/mix have been moving across the state, mainly affecting the northern half of North Dakota. This scattered rain is associated with a weak system that is moving through southern Canada and the Dakotas, today. Outside of areas affected by hit & miss showers, we have been seeing plenty of sunshine with in & out clouds. Expect mostly clear conditions to continue into tonight. Some of us will see a few more clouds with a light to moderate wind that will swing around to the Northwest and become gusty for some. In the wake of this system, expect cooler temps tonight and Sunday. After this brief cool down, temps will climb back into a mild range as we start off our work week. During the next 7days, temperatures will stay in the 50s & 60s across our area. Most of our daytime highs will be above average for this time of the year with only a few rain chances. Tuesday & Wednesday and Thursday & Friday will bring a chance for scattered precip, mainly rain with some mix possible.
Tonight, expect mostly clear skies with in & out light clouds. A few hit & miss showers will be possible as a weak front moves through. Lows will be in the 30s with a few 40s and a SE/NW wind 5-15mph still gusting near 20 for some.
Sunday will bring more sunshine with in & out clouds and slightly cooler temps. Highs in the 50s with a NW/East wind 2-12mph.
Sunday night, expect fair to partly cloudy skies with more clearing for some and a chilly feel. Lows in the 30s with a few 40s and a light E/SE wind, 2-10mph.
Monday will bring mostly sunny skies with seasonable temps and more clouds rolling in, late. Highs in the 50s with a few 60s and a SE wind 10-20mph.
Monday night, partly to mostly cloudy skies with in & out clouds and a cool feel. Lows in the 40s & 30s with an East wind 5-15mph.
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