Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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Area Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks
424 AM CST Sun Dec 4 2016

Watch out for icy roads and walkways this morning.

Areas of mixed precipitation and light snow will move across the
most of the area through the morning... finally exiting northwest
Minnesota this afternoon. Though snowfall amounts will generally
amount to an inch or less in most areas there will be slippery
spots... due to either patchy freezing drizzle or melting and
refreezing snow during the early morning hours.

Temperatures should rise to and hold nearly steady at or just above
the freezing mark for most areas... but damp road and walkway
surfaces could persist.

Sunday evening into early Monday should see a respite from the light
precipitation... and with decreased clouds... temperatures should
drop into the lower 20s.

Monday will see temperatures surge back into the 30s as our next low
pressure system approaches. Another batch of light snow is expected
from Monday into Tuesday... with areas along and north of Highway
200 most likely to receive appreciable snow.

The rest of the week should see our first brush with below normal
temperatures... at least for this fall and winter period. Expect
cloudy skies... north winds... areas of very light snow... and quite
chilly conditions for the middle and later half of the coming week.

Not yet true Arctic Air... but chilly none the less.


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