A potent upper trough swinging into the west coast Wednesday afternoon combined with a developing surface
Low Pressure in southeast Montana will slowly move northeast and produce widespread showers and thunderstorms
Thursday through Friday.
Right now the highest threat for severe weather will mainly be confined to western and portions of central North Dakota
Thursday into early Friday morning...with large hail, gusty winds, and an isolated tornado being the main threats.
Rainfall of up to 1 inch is possible in this area as well.
The heaviest rainfall potential is currently forecast to occur across east central North Dakota. Here 1 to 2 inches of
rain is possible Thursday through Friday.
Please check back for future updates on any watches or warnings that may be issued through Friday.