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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
902 PM CST Sat Dec 15 2018 /802 PM MST Sat Dec 15 2018/

Expect mostly clear skies to continue across the region tonight
with overnight lows in the 20s.

It will be a bit cooler tomorrow, but still above average for this
time of year with highs ranging from the mid 20s over the
northern Red River Valley to the upper 40s in southwest South
Dakota. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny tomorrow.

Dry and mild conditions will continue into early next week, along
with plentiful sunshine. Temperatures will remain well above
normal, with highs mainly in the 30s and 40s and lows mainly in
the teens and 20s.

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Office: FGF AWUS83 KFGF 160311 RWSFGF Area Weather Outlook National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks 917 PM CST Sat Dec 15 2018 After an unseasonably mild Saturday... with highs pushing near 50 degrees in forested areas of northcentral Minnesota... expect a subtle cool down tonight into Sunday morning. Winds will steadily shift out of the west this evening and then turn from the west-northwest during the overnight... allowing for a somewhat cooler air mass to slide into and across the area for Sunday and Monday. Overnight low temperatures should settle into the lower 20s near the Canadian border... and the middle to upper 20s nearer the South Dakota border. Sunday should have mainly fair skies and light northwest winds... with daytime highs rising into the upper 20s across the far north. Temperatures across the central and southern Valley should range from the lower to middle 30s. Though markedly cooler than Saturday, our Sunday and Monday temperatures should range from 5 to 10 degrees above seasonal normals. $$ gust