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Overview

A strong winter storm moving into the central US on the weekend after the Thanksgiving holiday brought widespread snow to the Northern Plains. After a round of freezing drizzle that brought slippery roads to central and eastern North Dakota and the Red River Valley, snow began during the early morning hours of November 30th. By the afternoon of November 30th, heavy snow had spread northward across much of the region, causing widespread travel impacts across the Dakotas and Minnesota.

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Travel impacts across North Dakota during the morning of December 1, 2019
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