Portions of our southern viewing area saw some rain for Wednesday morning, but that will be the last of the moisture that came from the system that moved through to start the workweek. For some areas, a significant amount of rain fell on Monday and Tuesday. Areas mainly south of Fargo picked up 0.5-1.5 inches of rain since Monday.
Looking ahead, we will be mainly dry for the rest of the workweek, but breezy to windy conditions on Wednesday and Thursday will make it feel a lot cooler than it is. Under partly cloudy to mostly clear skies, temperatures will stay in the upper 50s north and the lower 60s south, which is 7-10 degrees below normal for this time of year.
Our next chance for some moisture will move through on Saturday in the form of some light showers. It will stay cool to start the weekend. However, we will warm up to near normal temperatures for Sunday as we will see a lot more sunshine.
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