Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
1134 AM CST Thu Nov 23 2017 /1034 AM MST Thu Nov 23 2017/

There will be a large temperature difference today across the
Northern Plains as a mild Pacific airmass continues pushing eastward
across the region. High temperatures are forecast to range from
the upper 20s in northeastern Minnesota, to very mild conditions
in the lower 70s in parts of southwestern North Dakota and western
South Dakota.

Late this afternoon and into Friday, a Canadian Clipper will move
southeast quickly across the Canadian Prairies. A cold front
associated with the Clipper will sweep southeast, bringing windy
conditions to the Northern Plains. Slight chances of rain showers
will increase over eastern Montana, spreading into the Dakotas by
the overnight hours.

Fairly mild and dry conditions are expected for the remainder of
the holiday weekend with widespread light precipitation entering
the forecast again by Monday and Tuesday.

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Hargrove


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