Temperatures will go from hot to chilly for some over the next few days. Highs could reach the 100s in parts of the Dakotas Friday with some morning low temperatures in the 40s by Saturday morning. A cold front will bring cooler temperatures to the area this weekend with some showers possible.
We close out this shortened work week with hot temperatures in the Dakotas. It won't be as hot for northeastern Minnesota and Wisconsin.
A cold front will sweep over the area late Friday into Saturday morning. This will bring a few showers and thunderstorms to the Red River Valley and northern Minnesota.
Temperatures will be a little cool and fall-like Saturday morning. Some may wake to temperatures in the 40s.
The weekend doesn't look all that windy or breezy, but there will be a few hours of a northerly breeze behind the cold front.
High temperatures will be dramatically different for some of us going from Friday to Saturday. Western North Dakota could have a thirty to forty degree swing!
Watch for a few showers to pop up in western and northwestern North Dakota. A few showers may linger near the cold front for Wisconsin.
Expect a cool finish to the weekend in northern North Dakota and Northern Minnesota. Highs could reach the 80s again for parts of South Dakota with the bulk of the area topping off Sunday in the 70s.