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Winter storm watch released for Tuesday for northeastern North Dakota

Significant snowfall is possible Tuesday along and north of North Dakota Highway 2, according to an announcement from the National Weather Service in Grand Forks.

Significant snowfall is possible Tuesday along and north of North Dakota Highway 2, according to an announcement from the National Weather Service in Grand Forks.

Light snow showers are possible in that area tonight with 3 to 6 inches expected to fall in an intense but short-lived band slated to move through Tuesday. Less snow is expected into southeastern North Dakota and adjacent areas of Minnesota.

The National Weather Service released a winter weather advisory for Rolette, Pierce, Wells and Foster counties while the remaining counties to the west, including Grand Forks, are under a winter storm watch.

The snowfall could mean reduced visibility and slippery roads by Tuesday evening.

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