The temperatures are going to cool down, this will go for the next 24-36 hours, as a northwest wind continues, it is drawing in cooler air. This means that the lows for tonight, Sunday night, are to be in the 20s and a few 30s. Along with this, there is a freeze warning for all of western and central North Dakota. When a freeze warning is issued, the temperatures are forecasted to be at or below 28 degrees for a period of 3 hours. The following morning is expected to be even cooler, with everyone likely in the 20s. Luckily, this will not last long as a warm front will make its way through North Dakota on Tuesday. This will enable Tuesday's and Wednesday's high to be around the lower 60s. And that is actually right around average. Once Monday passes, the temperatures will be on a constant decline to where there could be a chance of light rain/snow on Friday night and in to Saturday for some. An average high temperature for this time of year is in the lower 60s and lows in the mid to lower 30s.
Tonight, a mainly clear sky with lows chilly, in the 20s and a few 30s. Winds northwest at 5-10 mph. The wind chill may feel like it is in the upper teens at times.
Monday, a sunny sky and winds northwest at 5-15 mph. Highs in the mid to upper 40s, below average.
Monday night, winds are to be light and from the south and lows mainly in the 20s. Wind chills are possible in the mid 20s.
Tuesday, highs around 60 degrees and winds south at 5-15 mph with a lot of sunshine.
Tuesday night, a clear sky with lows in the mid 30s and winds southeast at 5-10 mph.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team