Winter Storm Warning for central and eastern SD and southwestern MN. Winter Weather Advisories stretching from Bismarck to Duluth. Snow will move from south to north across the southern part of the area. Locations north of I-94 may not see snow until Monday night. Areas north of Highway 2 will little to no snow.
Highs: 28°F to 35°F
Wind: SE/NE 5-15 mph
Snowy from Grand Forks southward. Cloudy near the Canadian border. Expect most of the accumulation of snow to occur in the overnight hours.
Lows: 22°F to 30°F
Wind: N 5-15 mph
Snow will continue into Tuesday morning, especially for areas south of Highway 2. Snow accumulations may total to more than 5 inches closer to the ND/SD border. 2-5 inches will be possible along and south of I-94/Highway 2. Little to no snowfall is expected along and north of Highway 2. Windier conditions occur after the snow moves out. There is a possibility for blowing snow tomorrow afternoon. Skies will start to clear from west to east.
Highs: 27°F to 35°F
Wind: N/NW 10-20 mph
After this snowstorm passes, we will have sunshine to finish off the workweek. Highs will be in the 30s, but colder for those with snow on the ground.
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