National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Another round of snow is expected to start late this afternoon and persist through the overnight hours. Three to five inches of snow is expected mainly for far southeast North Dakota and west central Minnesota, with lighter snowfall amounts further northwest. The main impacts will be snow covered roads that may make travel difficult. Wind speeds will not be an issue.
Snow is expected to move in later today with impactful accumulations, especially in southeast North Dakota and central Minnesota. Little wind is expected so the main impact will be slippery roads due to snowfall accumulations. Snow totals will be lighter to the north and west in northeast North Dakota with totals of 3 to 6 inches possible to the southeast in southeast North Dakota and central Minnesota.