Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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Area Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks
103 AM CST MON Feb 20 2017

Increasing cloud cover overnight... along with increasing low level
moisture... will keep temperatures quite mild for the season.
Overnight lows should stay well above the thaw point for all except
northern portions of the Devils Lake Basin.

With that... we can expect remaining snowpack to continue to ripen
and area snowmelt runoff to persist into the coming week.

In addition... light rainshowers will overspread the area through
the day today... with most areas expected to receive from one tenth
to one quarter of an inch or more through this evening.

An isolated thunderstorm or two is also possible... either early
this morning across the southern Red River Valley... or later this
afternoon over western and central portions of Minnesota.

Though unseasonably warm weather should persisting Tuesday...
temperatures will begin a cool down by mid to late week, with a
chance for some light snow across the far southern Red River Valley
into portions of west central Minnesota from Thursday into Friday.


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