Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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Area Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks
1105 PM CDT Thu Feb 22 2018

Snow is expected overnight before ending Friday morning through much
of the region. Snow is expected to reach as far north as the central
Red River Valley into far northwestern Minnesota with areas further
south holding the best chances for snow. Snow amounts are expected
to be 1-3 inches with some chance of seeing higher amounts into the
3-5 inch range into west-central Minnesota. Overnight temperatures
will dip to around zero in northeastern North Dakota whereas areas
further south and east will remain warmer into the teens above zero.
After snow ends from west to east Friday morning, a pleasant winter
day is expected with clearing skies, light winds, and high
temperatures in the teens to twenties above zero. The next chance of
snow comes late Saturday into Sunday.


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CJ


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