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Published December 15, 2010, 11:32 AM

Freezing Rain, Snow Hits Dakotas

The National Weather Service has canceled ice storm warnings and freezing rain advisories in North Dakota as the rain turns to snow. But many roads are slick, and state Transportation officials have issued a travel alert for motorists in the northwest and central parts of the state.

By: Associated Press,

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The National Weather Service has canceled ice storm warnings and freezing rain advisories in North Dakota as the rain turns to snow. But many roads are slick, and state Transportation officials have issued a travel alert for motorists in the northwest and central parts of the state.

Forecasters say parts of North Dakota could get up to 7 inches of snow, which also could cause problems for motorists.

The Weather Service says freezing rain is possible in south central and southeast South Dakota. And the northern Black Hills could see several inches of snow.

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