Seasonable September Weather... More Chances For Rain

Seasonable weather will prevail through our coming week.

We will experience below average high temperatures today in the low 70's in the southern valley and upper 60's in the northern valley. This will be due to mostly cloudy skies to our north while the southern valley stays mostly sunny through the Afternoon! Winds will remain light and turn out of the SE into the late afternoon. We will see clouds increase into the evening hours and bottom out to a low near 51 in KFAR (Fargo) overnight with light winds.

Mostly cloudy for Monday to start off the week as scattered showers and embedded thundershowers push in from the west. We are expecting these to roll in about 1:00 PM. Temperatures will top out in the low 70's to upper 60's across the area again with breezy gusts up to 25 mph from the SE. The good thing is the winds calm down as we go into the late afternoon and early evening hours.

How much rain will we get Monday?

Looks likely we will pick up about .1-.2 inches or 1-2 tenths of an inch.


Those winds will pick back up on Tuesday but the weather will be quite a bit better. Mostly sunny skies with temps into the low to mid 70's! We will hang onto the breeze for Wednesday but again another beautiful sunny day with highs in the mid to upper 70's. Some locations just to our west will be flirting with 80. Hopefully, that warmer air can push just a little further east!

When is the next chance for rain?

We are tracking a couple of upper-level disturbances that may trigger some showers. Wednesday night looks like we could see some scattered showers develop along a front and some scattered showers may redevelop on the backside of that on Thursday morning/early afternoon. Improving conditions will be following into the afternoon of Thursday. Friday looks nice as well as of now. Into the weekend we're expecting another system to enter the area... this in return could develop more scattered showers.

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