... After a mild first half of December... wintry weather will make
a return to western and central North Dakota...
Light snow is expected across much of northwest and north central
North Dakota today, generally north of North Dakota Highway 200.
Rain may mix with the snow during the afternoon. Snowfall
accumulations of an inch or less are expected for most locations.
There is the potential for greater and more widespread snowfall
accumulations Tuesday night through Wednesday night. At this
time, the favored area for the most snowfall is along and north
of US Highway 2, where 3 to 4 inches of snow is possible. Snowfall
amounts are expected to decrease to less than an inch from the
I-94 corridor to the South Dakota border.
For Thursday through Christmas, much colder conditions are
forecast as an Arctic airmass overtakes the region. Dangerous sub-
zero wind chills are expected, especially this coming weekend
through at least Christmas. Those with travel plans should stay up
to date at www.Weather.Gov/Bismarck.
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Issued: 3:24 AM MST Dec. 18, 2017 – National Weather Service