Snow Late Tonight through Friday

An upper level disturbance will bring another round of snow to the region late tonight through Friday. Total snow accumulations from 3 to 5 inches are expected south of a line from Langdon to Grand Forks to Park Rapids. Lesser amounts will fall to the northeast. Areas of freezing rain or sleet may precede or mix with the snow generally south of Interstate 94 after midnight before changing to all snow Friday. Fortunately winds will not be strong through the event.

Another storm system will take aim at the region Sunday afternoon through Monday. This may be a significant storm with blowing snow causing potential travel problems late Sunday night and Monday.


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