Northland Outdoors Forecast: Quiet January weather this weekend
High pressure will keep our weather mostly sunny and stable the next multiple days.
We'll close out this work week on a cool note, but it won't be bitter cold or all that windy. Highs will hit the single digits for most of the region with a little warmer temperatures expected over far southwestern North Dakota and into western South Dakota.
There won't be much wind Friday night, but the little we'll have leading into Saturday morning will create some bitter wind chills for the Red River Valley and a few other area. Expect a cold start to Saturday.
Saturday afternoon will be similar to Friday with mostly sunny sky and highs in the teens to some 20s.
Most won't have to deal with much wind on Saturday. Winds will get a little breezy across northeastern North Dakota and up into far northwestern Minnesota. It won't be crazy windy by any means, but if you are out on Devils Lake chasing perch you'll want to stake down those pop up shelters.
Winds don't look all that impressive on Sunday and most the area will feature light breezes here and there with a few gusts into the teens throughout the day.
Temperatures get a little warmer for most on Sunday. Expect seasonal or just above seasonal average temperatures to finish out this weekend.