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AWUS83 KFGF 211705
RWSFGF

AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
1110 AM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

SOUTHERLY BREEZES WILL WARM UP THE RED RIVER REGION TODAY AND ON
INTO THE WEEKEND AS A HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM MOVES SLOWLY FROM THE
MID-WEST TO THE EASTERN SEABOARD OF THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES. DAYTIME
TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARMING INTO THE UPPER 20S TO LOWER 30S.
HOWEVER...IT WILL FEEL LIKE THE TEENS BECAUSE OF THE BREEZE.
NIGHTTIME TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO STAY IN THE MID TO LOWER 20S UNTIL
MONDAY NIGHT.

CALMER AND MILD WEATHER IS ON TAP FOR SATURDAY. TEMPERATURES ARE
FORECAST TO RISE ABOVE FREEZING IN MOST AREAS OF THE VALLEY AND
LAKES COUNTRY. SUNDAY WILL START MILD AND FAIRLY CALM AS LOW
PRESSURE TRACKS ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER. THIS LOW IS EXPECTED
TO SLOW DOWN AND INTENSIFY SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY...BRINGING A
RETURN TO SHARPLY COLDER AND POSSIBLY SNOWY WEATHER TO START THE
HOLIDAY WEEK.

IF YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS NEXT WEEK...BE SURE TO KEEP UP ON THE
LATEST FORECAST.

$$

009/MML









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