Much Colder With Accumulating Snow Possible

A deep area of low pressure over north Central North Dakota will shift east to northwest Minnesota by Sunday.  As it does winds will become northwest and increase to 25 to 35 mph with gusts over 40 mph later this afternoon and tonight as much colder air moves in.  Rain showers will change to snow in the Devils Lake Basin this afternoon, with rain changing to snow throughout the region tonight.  Accumulating snow is possible from Minot to the Devils Lake area northeast into southwest Manitoba, where up to 4 inches are possible.  Some light snow will spread into the northern Red River valley Saturday night with minor accumulations possible here as well with slick roads possible by Sunday morning.  It will remain windy on Sunday with lingering snow showers and minor accumulations possible, along with temperatures well below normal.  

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