Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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Area Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks
455 PM CDT Fri Oct 21 2016

Following a weak warm frontal boundary... which moved across the
area during the afternoon... expect a seasonably mild evening. Lows
should settle into the middle to upper 30s across the area... with a
light south wind turning westerly during the overnight period.

Tonight... expect fair skies across eastern North Dakota... and
steadily decreasing clouds across northwest Minnesota. The Orionid
Meteor shower is expected to reach peak intensity late tonight...
with peak viewing expected in the early morning, before dawn. This
particular meteor shower activity will steadily diminish into early

Saturday should start out with generally fair skies... but much like
the past couple of days... clouds should increase in the north
through the afternoon with scattered rain showers possible from late
afternoon into the evening... mainly along and north of Highway 2.
Winds will turn more northerly throughout the day.

Sunday will cool down just a tad... under light northerly winds. But
skies should clear throughout the day... and usher in a return to
sunny...dry and mild conditions for the coming work week.


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