Northland Outdoors Forecast: Light winds for most with hot temps for some this weekend
This weekend will feature hot tempeatures across parts of the Dakotas with a little cooler weather to the east.
Showers will linger around for parts of Friday morning before slowly pushing out of Minnesota and into Wisconsin. Isolated showers can't be ruled out for here and there, but generally our Friday evening is looking to stay dry.
Most of the region will stay partly sunny to mostly cloudy on Saturday with lighter winds. A few showers and thunderstorms will be possible in the Dakotas, but a better chance of thunderstorms arrives Saturday night for North Dakota.
We'll wake up on a mild note Saturday morning. Temperatures will range from 50s to 60s for most.
90s stick around for the western Dakotas Saturday afternoon. Expect 80s for highs near the Red River Valley and into West Central Minnesota. Northern Wisconsin and the North Shore of Minnesota stay a little cooler.
We'll close out the weekend with a chance of the thunderstorms Saturday night lingering into part of Sunday in the form of showers.
A few on Sunday will make it into the 90s, but the hottest temperatures will again be mainly situated in the western side of the Dakotas. Your high temperature on Sunday will likely be quite similar for what you have had on Saturday. A few showers linger for parts of central and eastern North Dakota along with the Red River Valley on Sunday.