The weather will definitely change starting tonight. There is a LOT of cold air across North Dakota right now and it is heading our way.
Lows tonight will likely be this evening and then start to rise a bit.
Temperatures will then rise or hold steady toward sunrise.
As an Arctic front tracks in, temperatures will start to fall. Southern counties may rise a few degrees before they start to fall.
When the winds turn, the temperatures will fall. And you will definitely notice the wind shift... winds will pick up speed and gust to 40 mph!
We will also have precipitation with this front. Mostly we will have fog and drizzle tonight and tomorrow morning with areas of rain and possible some snow and light wintry mix.
Most of the rain and snow will be tomorrow as the front tracks across the KWWL viewing area.
Most snowfall amounts will be less than an inch
With or without snow, watch for slippery conditions as temperatures drop. Areas that are wet will freeze as temperatures keep going past the freezing mark. And it stays cold through Wednesday with temperatures will below normal.
We will warm up again by the end of the week, but another round of snow is possible as we head into the weekend.
If you are traveling north over the next day or so, keep an eye on the forecast. Areas from the Dakotas through Minnesota and into Wisconsin are expecting several inches of snow.