What a difference a day makes.  Yesterday, models were painting a wide swath of 1/2" to 1" of rain across much of ND.  Today it has decreased to around 1/2" at best.  Models will continue to flip flop until the main storm gets onshore.  Until then, our upper level winds will start to blow out of the south which in turn will bring more moisture into the plains.  However, no "organized" storm associated WITH the transport of moisture northward so expect only "isolated" showers late week into the weekend with mild temps into the upper 60s to lower 70s.  The map here shows precip possibilities through Monday evening.....there will be a few more rain chances later next week too.   Let's hope for some more much needed precip.   Enjoy TODAY......light winds and mid to upper 60s!!!  

 

Chief Meteorologist,

Dean Wysocki