Active Winter Weather Possible Early This Week

...HAZARDOUS WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS POSSIBLE ACROSS PORTIONS OF
THE REGION OVER THE NEXT FEW DAYS...

THE FIRST IN A SERIES OF WEATHER SYSTEMS WILL SPREAD A BAND OF
SNOW ALONG AND NORTH OF A COOPERSTOWN TO FOSSTON TO BEMIDJI LINE
TONIGHT. ONE TO THREE INCHES OF SNOWFALL ARE EXPECTED BY MONDAY
MORNING. WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO BECOME NORTHWEST AFTER MIDNIGHT AND
INCREASE TO 20 TO 30 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35 MPH. THE POTENTIAL
EXISTS FOR A BRIEF PERIOD OF BLOWING SNOW LATE TONIGHT INTO EARLY
MONDAY MORNING ALONG AND WEST OF THE RED RIVER VALLEY. REDUCED
VISIBILITIES AND DRIFTING SNOW WOULD BE THE MAIN HAZARDS.

A SECOND WEATHER SYSTEM MAY BRING SNOWFALL TO THE REGION MONDAY
NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. AT THIS TIME...IT APPEARS AREAS SOUTH OF A
COOPERSTOWN TO FOSSTON TO BEMIDJI LINE HAVE THE BEST POTENTIAL FOR
SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL ACCUMULATION. STAY TUNED TO FUTURE FORECASTS
AND STATEMENTS REGARDING THIS POTENTIAL HEAVY SNOW EVENT.

Graphical depiction of the weather story for today.



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