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Travel alert issued for northeast North Dakota

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**FREEZING RAIN ADVISORY**

Tonight

Freezing drizzle/mist is creating a glaze of ice on roads and sidewalks. A Freezing Rain Advisory remains in effect through 3 AM. There is also a Wind Advisory in effect for much of the region as the wind is at 20-35 mph, with gusts over 40 mph. Flurries or light snow showers can be expected this evening, mainly north of I-94.Flurries or snow showers will continue through tonight. Little to no accumulation is expected. The wind will remain strong out of the northwest at 20-35 mph, with gusts over 40 mph at times. Expect temperatures to fall into the single digits and teens.

Lows: 3°F to 13°F
Wind: N/NW 20-35 mph


Monday

Flurries will be possible during the morning, otherwise it will be cloudy. The sky will clear from west to east through the afternoon. It will be a windy and colder day, with highs in the 10s, and wind chills below zero at times.

Highs: 11°F to 18°F
Wind: N/NW 15-30 mph


Extended Forecast

An active weather pattern is setting up this week. A storm system will bring the chance for snow Tuesday night, and another chance coming in on Friday. Right now, accumulations will be possible, but the exact track of these storms is still being fine-tuned. Thanksgiving Day will be sunny but cold. Just keep in mind the there is a chance of snow on the days around Thanksgiving. If you have travel plans, make sure to stay up-to-date with the forecast, and also check the road conditions before you leave.

Have a great week, and a Happy Thanksgiving!
- Meteorologist Aaron White
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