Area Weather Discussion

DISCUSSION: Western counties will be the mildest the next day or two, but all areas will be rid of the arctic air. Tonight, we'll see clear to partly cloudy skies and it won't be as frigid tonight with overnight lows dipping into the single digits above and below zero across the region. Saturday will bring temps in the mid to upper 20s west and upper teens to low 20s east. Late Saturday, a cold front will briefly increase winds and produce a few isolated flakes of snow. No significant accumulations are likely for those traveling. This passing system will cool Sunday's temperatures by only about 1 to 5 degrees. A few areas could see 30+ degrees on Monday before the regions next weather maker moves through on Tuesday with a chance of snow moving west to east across the Valley.
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Fargo 7 Day Forecast

SATURDAY MORNING: Clear with temps near 0. WIND: S 5-15 mph.

SATURDAY:Increasing clouds from the west late and warmer. Wind:S to NW 5-15 mph. Low: 0. High: 25. Evening flurries possible as wind becomes northwesterly.

SUNDAY: Partly cloudy. Cooler. Wind: W 10 mph. Low: 5. High: 24.

MONDAY: Partly cloudy. Breezy south winds. Low: 9. High: 32.

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy, light snow. Gusty northwest winds. Turning colder. Low: 6. High: 24.

WEDNESDAY: Cold. Lingering flurry chances. Mostly clear. Low: 0. High: 8.

THURSDAY: Back to arctic cold. Sunny with light wind. Low: -9. High: 18.

FRIDAY: Milder temps with south wind and increasing clouds. Low: 8. High: 36.

Updated by: Meteorologist Hutch Johnson

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