After a snowy start to the weekend, the temperatures began to warm up by a few degrees overnight and that enabled a freezing drizzle by morning. Now, we are left with melting snow and cloudy skies. The remainder of the day will have a partial clearing and temperatures cooling down to between 10-20 for the overnight hours. Sunday morning, will likely have a few clouds and temperatures will remain below freezing. Through the day on Sunday, a high pressure system will be building over Canada. This will allow for lighter winds and a partly cloudy sky. A quick snow shower is possible on Sunday night and into Monday morning, as the system will likely move out by lunch. Much colder temperatures are also expect on Monday as another high pressure will send a cold blast of air to North Dakota. This will have high temperatures in the 20s and lows in the single digits for some. The remainder of the week will remain well below average as highs will only be near 30 degrees and lows in the single digits and teens. An average temperature for early November is in the mid 40s and lows in the lower to mid 20s.
Tonight, a cloudy sky to start then a partial clearing overnight. Lows between 10-20 degrees and winds northwest at 5-10 mph.
Sunday, a partly cloudy sky and highs in the mid 20s. Winds northwest/north at 5-10 mph.
Sunday night, winds light, north to east, and lows in the teens with a partly cloudy sky. A few late night snow showers are possible. Chance of snow 20%.
Monday, cloudy with snow showers possible as accumulations are likely to be less than 1 inch at this time, as snow will move out by noon. Highs in the mid 20s and winds light.
Monday night, chilly, lows around 10 degrees with a light wind and a few clouds.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team
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