Accumulating Snow Falling Further South than Expected

Light snow is expected overnight mainly across the southern Red River Valley into west central Minnesota.  Accumulations will range from 1 to 3 inches from southeast North Dakota through the Fargo area into the Waskish area and points south.  Further north, drier air has moved in from Canada and this will result in minimal snow accumulations over the northern Red River Valley including the Grand Forks area.

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