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Snow, strong winds likely to hit North Dakota

FARGO (AP) -- The first measurable snow of the season might be on its way to North Dakota, and the weather could get nasty. National Weather Service meteorologist Jennifer Ritterling tells The Forum newspaper that a weather system moving in from ...

FARGO (AP) -- The first measurable snow of the season might be on its way to North Dakota, and the weather could get nasty.

National Weather Service meteorologist Jennifer Ritterling tells The Forum newspaper that a weather system moving in from the Pacific likely will bring strong winds and a mix of rain and snow to the Northern Plains starting Tuesday.

Ritterling says snow accumulations of 1 to 2 inches are possible Tuesday and Wednesday. She says winds possibly gusting up to 50 mph could blow the snow around and create visibility problems.

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