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Snow, wind expected across region Sunday

The weather service said the Fargo area can expect 1-2 inches of snow Sunday, with wind gusts increasing to around 37 mph by Sunday afternoon.

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FARGO — Parts of northeastern North Dakota can expect 5-8 inches of snow from a weather system that was moving into the region Sunday morning, April 17, according to the National Weather Service.

Elsewhere, according to information released by the weather service, 1-5 inches of snow is forecast between Highway 2 and Interstate 94 in eastern North Dakota and parts of northwest Minnesota.

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The weather service said the Fargo area can expect 1-2 inches of snow Sunday, with wind gusts increasing to around 37 mph by Sunday afternoon.

Gusty winds and falling snow may combine to create significantly reduced visibility at times Sunday, mainly in the Devils Lake Basin, where drivers can expect slippery road conditions and significantly reduced visibility, the weather service said.

Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories have been issued for much of eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota for Sunday into Monday morning.

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