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Extended Outlook: Shifting Back to Colder than Normal for Late December

The latest Climate Prediction Center outlooks have shifted back to colder than normal temperatures and above normal precipitation for eastern North Dakota and the northwest quarter of Minnesota for the second half of December. Read More >

Snow showers near Devils Lake and northern Red River Valley continue to move southeast across the region. This is on the cool side of a warm front slowly moving eastward into the region through tonight. Generally 1-2 inches of snow are expected across the region with some higher amounts near the northern Red River Valley. Snow showers diminish from west to east overnight tonight. Freezing drizzle will be possible for a short period as snow ends tonight. Some travel impacts are possible with slippery areas developing. Please be cautious when travelling today and tonight. #ndwx #mnwx
Light snow will increase in intensity late this afternoon and tonight as low pressure moves southeast into eastern North Dakota. The snow will end late tonight/Saturday morning. The weekend is looking mild as warmer temperatures spread east with highs in the 20s to mid 30s. Chance for light snow Monday near the International border...with a better chance for snow over the area mid week. After this mid week system, colder air will drop south.