Areas of clouds and drizzle continue across eastern KELOLAND with cool temperatures. It looks cool with highs mainly in the 40s across the east, with warmer 60s in the west. The forecast is looking warmer in all areas of KELOLAND tomorrow, with highs well into the 50s on election day. Winds will be stronger tomorrow from the northwest at 15-30mph.
Winds are looking a little lower on Wednesday and mild weather will continue in most areas. Highs are expected to be in the 50s and 60s in most areas, a trend that will slowly cool through the rest of the week in the north.
Meanwhile, a storm system will be develop by the weekend, with warmer weather developing in southern KELOLAND, with sharp cooling in the west by Saturday. Rain or snow will develop by the weekend, with the best chance of heavier snow in North Dakota. We’ll keep an eye on this and have more information later today.