Preliminary Rain and Snow Totals For March 24 to 25

A slow moving storm system has brought a return to winter like conditions to much of the Red River Valley and Lakes country. Generally 4 to 9 inches of snow fell overnight, with the heaviest rain fall in the Red Lakes and middle Red River basin. This rain and snow will eventually get into the river system and has been accounted for in the current forecasts.

Stay tuned to NOAA All Hazards Weather Radio for later statments and forecasts.

24 hour snowfall totals from 7am Tuesday March 24th to Wednesday March 25th.

24 hour rainfall totals from 7am Tuesday March 24th to Wednesday March 25th. This includes the melted snowfall that has occurred overnight.



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