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Wind Chill Advisory
Issued: 3:25 PM CST Jan. 20, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Wind Chill Advisory in effect until 6 am CST Monday...

* what... very cold wind chills expected. Wind chills as low as
35 below zero expected.

* Where... portions of central, north central and northwest
Minnesota and northeast North Dakota.

* When... until 6 am CST Monday.

* Additional details... the dangerously cold wind chills could
cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes.

Precautionary/preparedness actions...

A Wind Chill Advisory means that cold air and the wind will
combine to create low wind chills. Frostbite and hypothermia can
occur if precautions are not taken. Make sure you wear a hat and
gloves.





Special Statement
Issued: 3:35 PM CST Jan. 20, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Long period of light snow early this week...

Light snow will begin to move into southeastern North Dakota
beginning early Monday morning. The snow will spread north and
eastward through the day on Monday. An additional round of light
snow will come in Monday night into Tuesday, mainly impacting
southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. Snow will
accumulate an inch or two every six hours, but over the two day
period will bring amounts ranging from 1 to 6 inches with heavier
amounts over west central Minnesota. Winds will be breezy Monday
morning and some drifting of snow and visibilities down to less
than a mile will be possible during the morning commute.


335 PM CST sun Jan 20 2019

... Long period of light snow early this week...

Light snow will begin to move into southeastern North Dakota
beginning early Monday morning. The snow will spread north and
eastward through the day on Monday. An additional round of light
snow will come in Monday night into Tuesday, mainly impacting
southeastern North Dakota and west central Minnesota. Snow will
accumulate an inch or two every six hours, but over the two day
period will bring amounts ranging from 1 to 6 inches with heavier
amounts over west central Minnesota. Winds will be breezy Monday
morning and some drifting of snow and visibilities down to less
than a mile will be possible during the morning commute.



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