MAINLY DRY PATTERN, SUNSHINE THROUGH START OF WORKWEEK High temperatures will be near normal for most of the next week. We start the 7-day period with a lot of sunshine, with more clouds later in the week. We will remain dry with only a slight chance of showers on Thursday.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY: We will still be mostly sunny as temps rebound a little on Sunday. Highs will be in the mid-50s south and in the upper 40s north. High pressure remains in charge to start the next workweek as mostly sunny skies will remain for Monday as we lose about 5 degrees thanks to a north wind.
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: Another high pressure system will be over us on Tuesday as we will see near complete sunshine. We will be on the high's cool side on Tuesday as peak temperatures will be in the upper 40s south and near 40 north. By Wednesday the high moves to our east, setting up a southerly flow. This will warm us by about 10 degrees. Tuesday there will be an increase in clouds through the day as a front approaches from the west.
THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY: That cold front will move through Thursday as we will turn mostly cloudy. There will only be a slight chance of showers as highs fall to the lower 50s south and the mid-40s north. We add a few degrees to that on Friday, as mostly cloudy skies will be the story to round out the week and start the weekend.
FARGO 7 DAY PLANNER:
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny. A bit warmer. High: 56.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny. Cooler north wind. Low: 32. High: 52.
TUESDAY: Sunny skies. Cold morning. Low: 27. High: 48.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies turn partly cloudy; warmer. Low: 32. High: 58.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers. Low: 41. High: 53.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy. Low: 44. High: 56.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. Low: 46. High: 50.
Updated by Meteorologist Justin Fanfarilli