Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
520 PM CDT WED OCT 1 2014

SOME CLEARING WILL TAKE PLACE FROM WEST TO EAST TONIGHT INTO
THURSDAY MORNING.  THURSDAY WILL BE MILD DAY WITH HIGHS IN THE 60S.
A STRONG UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM WILL TRACK EAST-SOUTHEAST FROM ALBERTA
TO SOUTHERN MANITOBA INTO THURSDAY NIGHT ACCOMPANIED BY A COLD
FRONT.  A PERIOD OF SHOWERS AND MAYBE A THUNDERSTORM WILL OCCUR WITH
THIS COLD FRONT LATE THURSDAY AFTERNOON IN THE DEVILS LAKE AREA THEN
SPREADING EAST OVER THE AREA THURSDAY NIGHT.  THE SYSTEM WILL
STRENGTHEN TO OUR EAST FRIDAY AND DRAW DOWN SOME COLDER AIR AND
ALONG WITH THAT NORTH WINDS WILL INCREASE TO 20 TO 40 MPH.  ENOUGH
COLD AIR AND PRECIPITATION MAY BE PRESENT FOR A CHANGE TO SOME WET
SNOW IN THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN OVERNIGHT THURSDAY NIGHT AND POSSIBLY
INTO PARTS OF THE NORTHERN RED RIVER VALLEY AND NORTHWESTERN
MINNESOTA FRIDAY MORNING.  PRECIPITATION WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL BE
UNDER ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH.

AS SKIES CLEAR FRIDAY NIGHT IN THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND POINTS WEST
THROUGH CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA A WIDESPREAD FREEZE IS EXPECTED WITH
LOWS IN THE MID AND UPPER 20S.  CLOUDS WILL KEEP MUCH OF NORTHERN
MINNESOTA A BIT WARMER.

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