Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy with patchy fog in the Red River Valley and East into Minnesota, and patchy drizzle possible in spots. With temperatures hovering right around the freezing mark by morning, there could be a few slick spots on the roads. South wind of 5-15 mph.
Sunday: Partly cloudy and quiet early on, with increasing clouds through the remainder of the day. Light snow in the Northern half of the region starting in the mid or late afternoon, and spreading South through the evening. Total accumulations of under and inch likely in most locations. Temperatures warming back above-freezing to near 40° early on, then dropping through the end of the day with a Northwest wind increasing to 20-30 mph, causing some blowing snow issues late.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, with a chance for continued light snow, and blowing/drifting snow early on. Cold day, with temperatures struggling to climb out of the teens in the afternoon with a blustery Northwest wind of 20-30 mph.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy early, with increasing clouds and a chance for light snow later on in the day, and overnight. Minor accumulations possible. Temperature warming back into the mid and upper 20's with a lighter wind.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy with any lingering snow ending before sunrise. Much colder, with high temperatures just in the teens once again, and likely falling through the afternoon. Blustery North wind.
Thanksgiving Thursday: Mostly clear and quiet, but very cold with morning temperatures likely falling below-zero, and afternoon highs struggling to reach the low teens.
Friday: Partly cloudy with temperatures once again just in the teens.
Saturday: Partly cloudy with similar temperatures in the teens to near 20°.