Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Bismarck, ND

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AWUS83 KBIS 200955
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NDZ001>005-009>013-017>023-025-031>037-040>048-050-051-202200-

REGIONAL WEATHER FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE BISMARCK ND
355 AM CST SAT DEC 20 2014 /255 AM MST SAT DEC 20 2014/

LOW STRATUS CLOUDS AND FOG WILL DOMINATE EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHERN PLAINS THIS MORNING...WHILE PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES
AND SCATTERED TO ISOLATED MIXED PRECIPITATION OF FREEZING RAIN OR
DRIZZLE OR LIGHT SNOW IS EXPECTED FROM ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN TO
MONTANA AND THE WESTERN DAKOTAS.

LOW CLOUDS AND FOG WILL PERSIST OVER THE RED RIVER VALLEY AND INTO
MINNESOTA THIS AFTERNOON...WHILE CENTRAL AND WESTERN PORTIONS OF THE
NORTHERN PLAINS WILL CONTINUE TO SEE ISOLATED TO SCATTERED MIXED
PRECIPITATION OF RAIN...FREEZING RAIN...SLEET OR LIGHT SNOW.

HIGHS TODAY SHOULD RANGE FROM THE 20S IN MANITOBA TO THE 40S OVER
WYOMING AND WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA AND INTO SOUTHEASTERN MONTANA.

A MORE ACTIVE WEATHER PATTERN WILL MOVE INTO THE REGION SUNDAY AND
CONTINUE INTO NEXT WEEK. ACCUMULATING SNOW IS EXPECTED MONDAY OVER
MUCH OF THE REGION.

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JV





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