An upper level low pressure system off the West Coast will continue to give us a chance of showers the next two days. A cold front will approach the Red River Tuesday night allowing for showers and thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon and evening. Wednesday the cold front will surge southward with cold air spilling in. the upper level system will pull moisture over the cold air giving us another chance to see some winter weather Wednesday and Wednesday night. Sunshine will return later on Thursday into Friday with warmer temperatures.
Forecast: Today, cloudy, high 42, 30% showers/drizzle, N/NE 5-10 Tonight, cloudy, low near 40, 40% rain, SE 5-10 Tuesday, cloudy, high 67, 40% rain/t-storms, S/SW 15-25 Wednesday, cloudy, 70% rain/snow, 33/37 Thursday, turning mostly sunny, 20% am snow, 24/41 Friday, sunny, 23/46 Saturday, partly sunny, 30/52 Sunday, mostly sunny, 35/56
Tom Miller - Meteorologist News 12 - Your Winter Weather Authority
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