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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
1055 AM CDT THU OCT 2 2014

A STRONG UPPER LEVEL SYSTEM TRACKING EAST-SOUTHEAST INTO SOUTHERN
MANITOBA THROUGH TONIGHT IS DETERMINED TO PUT AN END TO THE NICE
WEATHER WE HAVE FOR THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS IN THE 60S WILL BE
FOLLOWED BY A SHARP DROP IN TEMPERATURE TONIGHT AS A COLD FRONT
BLASTS THROUGH. A PERIOD OF SHOWERS AND MAYBE A THUNDERSTORM WILL
OCCUR WITH THIS COLD FRONT LATE THIS AFTERNOON IN THE DEVILS LAKE
AREA BEFORE SPREADING EAST OVER THE AREA TONIGHT. THE SYSTEM WILL
STRENGTHEN TO OUR EAST FRIDAY AND DRAW DOWN SOME COLDER AIR AND
NORTH WINDS THAT WILL INCREASE TO BETWEEN 20 AND 40 MPH. ENOUGH COLD
AIR AND PRECIPITATION IS LIKELY TO BE PRESENT FOR A CHANGE TO SOME
WET SNOW FROM THE NORTHERN VALLEY INTO NORTHWEST MINNESOTA.

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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