Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
520 PM CST MON DEC 22 2014

A COMPLEX WEATHER SYSTEM CONTINUED TO AFFECT THE NORTHERN PLAINS
BRINGING A VARIETY OF WEATHER. TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE WESTERN
DAKOTAS WERE COLD ENOUGH TO PRODUCE SNOW...WHILE ACROSS THE EASTERN
DAKOTAS IT WAS RAIN. IN BETWEEN THESE TWO AREAS...MAINLY FROM DEVILS
LAKE DOWN THROUGH JAMESTOWN AND ABERDEEN...MORE OF A WINTRY MIX IS
EXPECTED. FOR THIS REASON A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT FOR
THOSE AREAS TONIGHT FOR FREEZING DRIZZLE AND LIGHT SNOW. FOR THE RED
RIVER VALLEY INTO NORTHWEST MINNESOTA...TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
REMAIN IN THE LOWER 30S. THEREFORE MORE LIQUID PRECIPITATION IS
EXPECTED TONIGHT...BUT IT COULD STILL CHANGE OVER TO A LITTLE BIT OF
LIGHT SNOW BY MORNING. THE REGION WILL STILL BE DEALING WITH THE
SAME ISSUES ON TUESDAY...FIGURING OUT EXACTLY WHERE AND WHAT TYPES
OF PRECIPITATION WILL OCCUR. FINALLY BY LATER TUESDAY INTO TUESDAY
NIGHT TEMPERATURES SHOULD FALL ENOUGH TO BRING A SWITCHOVER TO JUST
SNOW. HOWEVER BY THAT TIME NOT MUCH ADDITIONAL LIGHT SNOW IS
EXPECTED. IF PLANNING TRAVEL...CHECK THE LATEST ROAD CONDITIONS
BEFORE HEADING OUT TO STAY ON THE SAFE SIDE.

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