Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
344 PM CST Tue Jan 10 2017 /244 PM MST Tue Jan 10 2017/

Snow in Minnesota will continue to push eastward out of the region
through the day. Expect breezy northwesterly winds to progress
from west to east across the Northern Plains. Periods of blowing
and drifting snow will make for hazardous travel.

Another batch of light snow in eastern Montana will spread
eastward into the Dakotas overnight. The areas with the best
chances for snow will be southern North Dakota, northern South
Dakota, and central Minnesota. Accumulations generally around an
inch or less are expected.

Tonight lows will range from the teens below zero north to the
single digits above zero south. Overnight wind chills will be in
the 30s below zero across the much of the north. Even colder
conditions are forecast later this week.

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