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Wednesday Afternoon Forecast
Jamestown North Dakota 121 3rd St NW 58401

Today 

Good afternoon! So far it has been dry for much of the area with showers and thundershowers staying in western/ northwestern North Dakota and moving into southwestern Manitoba. For much of the region, it has been a bit humid outside with dew points in the 60’s. Locally, we’ve stayed dry but there is a good chance that will be changing tonight. 

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Highs: 81°F-86°F

Wind: SE 5-15 mph 

Tonight 

Showers and thunderstorms will move into the area later tonight around 10 pm or later. There is a slight risk for severe weather from southwestern Minnesota through northwestern North Dakota. This includes the cities of Aberdeen, Bismarck, and Minot. The main threat for the thunderstorms will be heavy rainfall, but large hail and damaging winds are also possible. Be sure to keep stay with WDAY/WDAZ, 970 WDAY, and our weather app Yourcast for the latest weather information. 

Lows: 62°F-67°F

Wind: SE 5-15 mph 

Extended Forecast 

We may have a few thundershowers stick around Thursday morning and early afternoon, but they should clear out and make for a nice late afternoon and evening. Friday will be partly cloudy with highs in the upper 70s/ lower 80s. There is another chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms this weekend. We will start to cool down a bit after Friday with highs in the lower 70s, then eventually in the upper 60s by Sunday and Monday. 

Have a wonderful day! 

-Meteorologist Kellen Peters

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Kellen Peters
Kellen joined the WDAY Weather team in March 2014. In December 2013, he earned a Bachelors of Science degree in Atmospheric Sciences from the University of North Dakota. While he was there, he did his Undergraduate research on peoples’ reactions and effectiveness of Tornado sirens compared to Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEAs). After his junior year, he interned at WeatherNation, where he worked as a weather producer. Kellen is a native of Woodbury, MN. He says, “Unlike most meteorologists, I was terrified of the weather as young kid- the movie ‘Twister’ did not fair me well. I later turned that fear into a passion and the rest is history.”  When he isn’t keeping an eye on the weather, you can find him staying active outdoors and cheering on UND hockey and football.
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