Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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Regional Weather Forecast
National Weather Service Bismarck ND
944 PM CST Sat Dec 9 2017 /844 PM MST Sat Dec 9 2017/

This Saturday night, an area of light snow continues across parts
of south central and southeastern Minnesota.. Elsewhere, skies
were generally clear to partly cloudy and dry. This light snow
will gradually move out of Minnesota overnight, with clearing
expected. Lows could fall as low as the teens above zero across
parts of northern Minnesota, southeastern Manitoba, and the low
20s across the rest of Minnesota. Elsewhere, expect milder lows
ranging from the mid 20s across the eastern Dakotas, to the mid
30s west.

Above normal temperatures are expected for most of the region
again on Sunday, before a fast moving Alberta Clipper brings
strong winds Sunday night into Monday. Light snowfall
accumulations are possible across eastern North Dakota into much
of Minnesota with this clipper Sunday night into Monday.

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Hargrove



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