Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
639 PM CST Wed Jan 10 2018 /539 PM MST Wed Jan 10 2018/

Heads up if you are traveling across the Northern High Plains
tonight through Thursday. Winter weather advisories have been
issued across the west, with winter storm warnings east, as near
blizzard conditions are forecast from eastern North Dakota into
Minnesota. Hazardous to dangerous travel conditions will exist as
snow and blowing snow result in reduced visibilities of less than
one mile with snow-covered roads.

The snow and blowing snow will gradually taper off across the west
tonight, but near blizzard conditions will continue in the east
into the early morning hours. Widespread snowfall totals between
2 and 6 inches will be common by Thursday afternoon. Dangerous
wind chills to 35 below zero can be expected from the southern
Canadian Prairies into North Dakota and Minnesota tonight.

The frigid air and dangerous wind chills will continue into the
upcoming weekend, with another round of light snow expected on

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