Accumulating Snow will Impact the Southern Red River Valley

 A mix of rain and snow will develop this evening in the southern Red River Valley, then change to all snow after midnight and spread east into Minnesota.  The snow could become heavy at times late tonight into Tuesday along the North and South Dakota border areas east into west central Minnesota.  The snow will gradually taper off Tuesday night from west to east.  Total snow accumulations of 2 to 6 inches are expected, with the higher totals in the southern portions of Grant and Ottertail counties.  There will be a sharp cut off from no snow to the north and accumulating snow to the south over short distances.  Hazardous driving conditions will develop overnight and persist Tuesday, so plan accordingly.


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