Snow and Strong Winds to Affect Travel Wednesday, November 24

A strong Arctic cold front will push through the northern Plains Tuesday night and Wednesday, November 23-24. Gusty northwest winds, light snow, and very cold temperatures will follow the front.  Although only one to three inches of new snowfall is expected, snow already on the ground will cause blowing snow with visibilities reduced to less than half a mile.

Read the latest information on the potential winter storm

View the Graphical Depiction of expected hazards.

Forecasts and Warnings for all U.S. locations are available at weather.gov



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