Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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Area Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Eastern ND/Grand Forks
1058 AM CST Mon Dec 5 2016

Seasonably mild conditions are on tap across the region into the
afternoon and early evening hours. Persistent low clouds and patchy
fog fog along and north of the Highway 200 corridor will keep a
somewhat damp chill in the air.

As the winter storm approaches...expect heavy snow to develop across
the Devils Lake Basin in the mid afternoon...and spread from eastern
North Dakota into the Red River Valley by early evening. Heavy snow
will continue from there into northwest Minnesota through the
evening and into Tuesday.

As the center of the storm system winds across northern Minnesota on
Tuesday...strong north winds will develop behind it...and produce
areas of blowing and drifting snow.

Following this storm...persistent north winds...bitter cold...and
intermittent light snow will last the rest of the week.

$$

Gust/Hopkins



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