Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
436 AM CDT Fri Sep 23 2016 /336 AM MDT Fri Sep 23 2016/

Showers will be scattered across the Northern Plains today,
with higher chances for rain from Saskatchewan and eastern
Montana, across the Dakotas and into Manitoba. Isolated
thunderstorms are also possible, mainly south of Interstate 94.
High temperatures mainly 55 to 65, but 70s and 80s from Pierre and
Mitchell through Sioux Falls. Some storms could be strong where
temperatures do reach the 80s.

It looks windy Saturday through Sunday, and places from Miles City
and Bowman to the northern Black hills could be very windy. It
looks wet, off and on, through the weekend, with high shower
chances. Some severe storms could be moving from eastern South
Dakota into Minnesota later Saturday.

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JP Martin



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