Blizzard Conditions Will Continue through Tonight

Blizzard conditions and heavy snow will continue through Monday morning in the southern Red River Valley.  Heavy snow is expected along and south of the I-94 corridor from southeast North Dakota into west central Minnesota, where a foot or more of snow is expected. Much lighter snow amounts will occur to the north and west of this heavier snow band from southeast North Dakota into west central Minnesota. Winds will continue from the north at 20 to 35 mph with higher gusts this evening into early Monday with the strongest winds in the southern Red River valley where blizzard conditions will be most severe.  Winds will diminish Monday afternoon and conditions will improve 

 

expected snow amounts Feb 10 2013

 

                            Expected Snow totals from Feb 10, 2013 storm

 

 

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