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Get ready for a roller coaster ride of temperatures over the next several days. We’re on our way to the top through today and tomorrow, as temperatures will steadily rise. We’ll warm into the low 20s tonight, and will be close to freezing from some on Saturday. A cold front will move in on Saturday, which means our temperatures will be falling by quite a bit. We’ll be back below zero Monday morning. With these swings in temperature, there will be chances for freezing precipitation. Not expecting much for accumulation, but roads may become even more slick than they already are.


With a south wind, temperatures will slowly rise through the night. Most locations will be into the upper teens and 20s by morning. With cloud cover in place, it’s possible for there to be patchy freezing drizzle or flurries.

Lows: 15°F to 22°F
Wind: S/SW 5-15 mph


Temperatures will continue to warm through the morning, but a cold front will be moving through the region. This will bring in MUCH colder air, so temperatures will be falling

Highs: 22°F to 33°F
Wind: SW/NW 10-25 mph

Extended Forecast

Very cold temperatures will settle in for Sunday and Monday. Highs are only going to be in the single digits, with low dropping below zero. Some parts of North Dakota will have lows in the 10s, possible 20s below zero Monday morning. Temperatures will warm up through much of next week. Highs will return to the 20s on Tuesday and Wednesday, and back above freezing for the end of the week.

Enjoy the rest of the holiday weekend!
- Meteorologist Aaron White
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