Sunday afternoon weather blog with Tom Schrader

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If you’ve been following the updates for the weather this weekend you may have noticed that while the general track of the expected snowfall hasn’t changed much in the past 18 hours the area where the heaviest snow has shifted to the southwest.  This still means we all could see widespread 2″-4″ of snow with isolated 3″-6″ possible in the southwest.  The most consistant snow will impact the south and southwest mainly before midnight and the north after midnight.  Meteorologist Heidi Wurosta will have a complete forecast for you tonight on KX News and of course Meteorologist Amber Wheeler will have the latest tomorrow morning on Good Day Dakota.–Tom Schrader KX Storm Team

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