From the KX Storm Center:
Clouds are rolling in and hit/miss snow will soon follow. A clipper will continue to develop and move through Western & Central ND tonight and tomorrow. This system will bring our next chance of isolated snow and it will be followed by a dip in temperatures, Saturday. Sunday and through next week. These changes to our weather pattern mean that things are calming down and temps will be warming up, into a seasonable range through most of the 7day Outlook.
After a cold & sunny start, more clouds are rolling in from the West. Our next clipper will move into the region tonight and quickly move through the state. The first round of isolated snow will move into Western ND, tonight around Midnight. Isolated snow showers are expected, mainly in our Northern Region. Little to no accumulation is expected with temperatures on the rise as the warm sector of this low pressure system moves over our area.
Through tomorrow, winds will swing around to the SE and become breezy with gusts as high as 35mph. Snow showers will become scattered as this system moves through the state with areas of mix and rain as temps climb to near and above freezing. Highs will even reach into the 30s with a few 40s possible & temperatures will be much closer to average for this time of the year. We will not stay in the warm sector of this system for very long at all. Round two of snow will move through Friday night & into early Saturday. Again, scattered snow with areas of mix will be followed by another dip in temperatures.
Veterans day (Saturday) will bring more sunshine with temperatures topping out near and below freezing. It will be much warmer than today, but a little more chilly than what is on the way. The rest of our weekend and going well into next week, there will be a much more calm weather pattern. Expect plenty of sunshine with temperatures climbing out of the 30s and well into the 40s by Monday. It will even get slightly warmer than average for this time of the year. Average highs are in the 40s and lows in the 20s. Temps will stay near and slightly above average through most of next week. By mid-week, there is a chance for scattered rain/snow mix. It will not affect everyone and temps will not start to fall yet. However, winds pick up and become strong for many of us. Thursday & Friday, precip chances return with temps starting to come back down.
Through the 7day Outlook, the biggest headline is warming temps after Friday's clipper. There is no risk of extreme winter weather and after tonight, it will not get dangerously cold again. Tuesday & Thursday will bring our next chances of precip. Again, we are not looking at much, at this time.
Tonight, more clouds rolling in with continued cold temps. Light snow and a wintry mix will be hit & miss, mainly after Midnight. Lows in the teens & single digits with a SE wind 10-20mph G35. 30% chance of snow & mix and chills below zero.
Friday will be partly to mostly cloudy with hit & miss light snow showers & mix. Temps will warm up and it will be breezy. Highs in the 30s & 40s with a South/SW wind 5-15mph G20. 20% chance of snow with chills climbing out of the teens & 20s.
Friday night, partly cloudy and not as cold. Lows in the teens & 20s with a SW/NW wind 2-10mph. Chills in the teens.
Saturday's temperatures will fall to below average again. It will be mostly sunny with in & out clouds. Highs in the 20s & 30s with a few 40s and a NW wind 2-12mph.
Saturday night will be mostly clear and chilly with temps near average. Lows in the teens & 20s with a light wind out of the NW and chills a few degrees below the actual temp.
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