Most of this region has recorded only one or two 90 degree days so far this season. That was back on May 5 when a high percentage of North Dakota and northwestern Minnesota recorded a maximum at or above 90 degrees. The next day on May 6, locations south of Fargo Moorhead in the southern Red River Valley recorded another day that warm, but besides those days, temperatures have mostly been nowhere near that warm since. Well, that is about to change. Temperatures later this week are expected to be near or above 90 degrees from Thursday through Saturday for at least some parts of this area. But before you think that will a new trend, the heat will be replaced by much cooler air once again for next week.