Light Snow With Bitterly Cold To Follow

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A quiet morning with mostly cloudy skies and temperatures ranging from the single digits in the southwest around Dickinson and double-digit subzero for everyone else. Highs will be slightly warmer. Especially in the southwest where we’ll see some of the warmest temperatures in over a week. 

Where we haven’t seen cloud cover this morning, we will into the afternoon.

Light snow accumulation for Minot and Williston later this afternoon. Snow will push south throughout the night. We’ll see around a trace to an inch with an isolated 2″ in some areas. 

Mostly sunny and dry on Valentine’s Day with a brisk northerly wind. Blowing and drifting snow could be a possibility with the increased wind throughout Thursday. 

-Amber Wheeler, KX Storm Team 

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