A fast-moving winter system has moved out of the region, leaving just under 2 inches of snowfall in Greater Grand Forks over the last 24 hours.
Morning travel will likely be slow going as road conditions clear up throughout the day. WDAY StormTracker meteorologist Jared Piepenberg recommended planning extra time for the morning commute.
The rest of Wednesday, Feb. 24, is expected to be cloudy with areas of light snow or flurries, according to the National Weather Service. Winds of up to 20 mph are forecast in the afternoon, and the weather is expected to clear by Wednesday night.
Highs are expected to stay in the 30s to 40s through the end of the week leading into a chilly weekend due to a Friday cold front, possibly resulting in sub-zero temperatures. Temperatures likely will reach the 30s again by the end of the weekend.
Here are snow totals from around the region:
Grand Forks: 1.9
Grand Forks Air Force Base: 2.8
Devils Lake: 6.5
Fertile, Minn.: 2
Gully, Minn. (in eastern Polk County): 0.5
Walhalla, N.D.: 0.4