Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND
AWUS83 KBIS 191020
Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
515 am CDT Wed Oct 19 2016
Low clouds advanced through the northern half of the area overnight
as colder air worked in. The advance of the clouds to the south will
be slowed as they cross into South Dakota, and by afternoon they
will be retreating back toward the north.
From northeast Montana and the Canadian Prairies, and through the
northern parts of North Dakota and Minnesota today, it is going to
be mostly cloudy and cold with high temperatures into the lower 40s
at best. Across the south, sunshine will be increasing with
temperatures into the 50s. A disturbance, moving into South Dakota
this afternoon, will trigger scattered showers of rain there, along
with the possibility for a thunderstorm. Showers will extend into
southeast Montana and the southwest part of North Dakota.
Any rain will be ending this evening before it gets cold enough
to change to snow. It looks warmer for Thursday and Friday.