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Wind, and perhaps some fog and snow, on tap for Grand Forks region Wednesday

High temperatures likely to be around 24.

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Fog, cloudy skies, wind and light snow are possible in the Greater Grand Forks region Wednesday, Dec. 8.

At 7 a.m., visibility was not hindered in and immediately around Grand Forks, but it is reduced in other locations around the region, including Thief River Falls, Roseau, Cooperstown and Valley City, according to WDAY.

Later Wednesday, expect winds to increase.

"The wind is going to pick up and become the story of the day," WDAY meteorologist Lydia Blume said in a broadcast Wednesday morning, "gusting anywhere from 30 to 40 mph and creating some ... blowing and drifting snow."

The chance of light snow in the Grand Forks area is about 20 percent, and if it comes, it likely will be after 4 p.m. Wednesday. High temperatures will be around 24.

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Thursday's high temperature likely will be around 31 degrees.

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