Sunday turned out to be quite snowy across eastern North Dakota. The Grand Forks area picked up over 6 inches by late afternoon. The potential exists for several inches more before the system winds down Monday.
Snow is expected to impact areas from the Northern Rockies into the plains of Wyoming, the Dakotas, and Minnesota now through Monday night.
In addition to the Interstate 29 corridor in eastern North Dakota, heavy snow totals of 6 inches or more will be possible in northeast Wyoming and the Black Hills of South Dakota. Winds will be brisk, so blowing and drifting will be a concern in open areas.
Further east, a wintry mix of snow, rain, and freezing rain will impacts areas of Minnesota, Iowa, and eastern South Dakota. A light glaze of ice is possible Monday.