Regional Weather Summary
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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
1236 AM CST Wed Nov 15 2017 /1136 PM MST Tue Nov 14 2017/

For the rest of tonight, expect areas of dense fog and light
drizzle to continue over much of Minnesota. Much colder air will
continue to sweep from north to south overnight, along with gusty
northwest winds to around 30 miles per hour. Low temperatures
will range from the single digits above zero in southeast Saskatchewan,
to the lower 30s in southern South Dakota.

For Wednesday, expect high temperatures ranging from the upper
teens and 20s in northern North Dakota, to the upper 40s in
southern South Dakota. The majority of the region will stay dry
tomorrow, although a stray flurry or light snow shower is possible
in northeast North Dakota and northern Minnesota.

Temperatures begin to warm back up for Thursday.

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