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Heavy Snow Continues from the Dakotas Into the Mountains

29 Nov 2016, 9:57 am

A slow moving low pressure center continues to bring areas of heavy snow from the Northern Plains through the mountains in the west. Visibility was reduced significantly in North Dakota with wind gusts above 30 mph. Some areas of the state has seen more than a foot of snow. Another half a foot of snow could fall over portions of Central North Dakota through Wednesday. Winter Storm Warnings continue for parts of North Dakota, South Dakota, and Montana. Travel will remain difficult in many areas.

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With the low barely moving through tonight, areas of heavy snow and wind will continue. The low will finally shift east of the Great Lakes on Wednesday afternoon, bringing an end to the significant snow. Total storm accumulations may approach 2 feet in Central and Western North Dakota.

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More than a foot of snow has also fallen in the Rockies of Colorado, with several totals greater than 6″ in the Wasatch Range.

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Winter Storm Warnings continue for the highest peaks in Colorado and Wyoming. Another 4 to 8″ is possible, especially for the northwest facing slopes in Southern Wyoming.

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Another round of snow will start to develop later tonight in the Cascade Mountains of the Pacific Northwest. As snow levels drop to 3000 feet on Wednesday, snowfall will increase with 4 to 8″ likely.

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