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Severe Thunderstorm Threat From the Central Plains to the Northeast; Extreme HeatRisk for the East Coast

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible from the central Plains to the Northeast through this evening. Widespread damaging winds are the primary threat but hail and a tornado or two is also possible. Extremely dangerous heat continues across the Eastern U.S. Warm overnight low temperatures will provide little to no relief. Read More >

Look for warming temperatures and generally dry conditions today and Thursday. Chances for thunderstorms return Friday and into the weekend, with continued mild temperatures. Wind overall look to be light through the end of the work week.
Good afternoon everyone! We hope you’ve been enjoying the somewhat cooler weather the past few days. Warmer temperatures are again on tap for the latter half of the week, with highs broadly in the mid to upper 80s forecast over much of western and central North Dakota. Looking further ahead, much of North Dakota is favored for above normal temperatures (normal highs being in the lower to mid 80s), and below normal precipitation.