Sunday's Weather 3/19

Cloudy Start to the Week

The day started out on the warm side with a lot of sun, then clouds gradually filled in, even a few rain showers developed in the southern tier of the region. There is a possibility that the rain showers can change over to a light snow as the temperatures will be near freezing overnight. Monday morning will have a high pressure system directly over North Dakota. This will enable some cooler air to move in throughout the day. Monday night, there is a possibility of a weak clipper system to move through. This will bring in a chance of rain and snow for the extreme southwest region, elsewhere a partly cloudy sky. There is a bigger chance of rain/snow on Wednesday across the region. Warmer air will likely not return until Wednesday/Thursday to when the high temperatures will be hovering just below 50 degrees. Winds will also be picking up throughout the day on Wednesday.

Sunday night, a rain and snow mix is possible for the southern region, otherwise, a mostly cloudy sky elsewhere. Winds to be light and north at 2-12 mph. Lows near 30 degrees.

Monday, a mostly cloudy sky. There is a slight chance of rain/mix precipitation sticking mainly to the south. Winds southeast/north and light and temperatures around 40 and 50 degrees.

Monday night, a few flurries or a rain and snow mix in the southwest region as a possible clipper system pulls through. Winds north/northeast at 2-12 mph, and winds breezy at times. Lows near the mid 20s. Chance of precipitation 30%. 
 
Tuesday, a few clouds to partly cloudy skies, along with temperatures near 35 degrees and a northeast/east wind at 2-12 mph.
 
Tuesday night, a partly cloudy sky to start. Then increasing clouds overnight. Winds to be east/southeast at 10-20 mph. Lows in the mid to lower 20s. 

 ~Heidi Werosta, KX News

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