Cool Canadian high pressure positioned to our north along the Red River Valley will move slowly east resulting in a return Gulf flow with increasing temperatures and humidity.
A weak cold front will stall over the area on Saturday, producing scattered showers that will end on Sunday as the system moves east.
Tonight, expect gradual clearing; rather breezy and chilly with a low of 51.
Wednesday will be beautiful with light winds and a mix of clouds and sunshine with a high of 74.
Wednesday night will be mainly clear and still rather cool, and comfortable, with a low of 55 (the fourth night in a row).
Thursday, expect variable sunshine, a light breeze, more humid and warmer with a high of 78.