Published January 12, 2024

Expanded Wind Chill Warning

Written by
Kim Fundingsland
| The Dakotan

National Weather Service

Significant Blowing Snow Possible Tonight Through Saturday
Key Messages

● A prolonged Arctic outbreak will bring widespread sub-zero temperatures and dangerous to life threatening wind chills to western and central North Dakota through Tuesday morning.
● The worst conditions are expected over the weekend when wind chills could fall as low as 55 below, and could remain as cold as 40 below during the daytime hours.
● Blowing snow could significantly reduce visibility across portions of western and much of central North Dakota tonight through Saturday, with near whiteout conditions possible in rural areas.

What Has Changed
● A Wind Chill Warning has been issued for western and central North Dakota for tonight through Monday morning.
● The potential for blowing snow has increased some, to include portions of western and much of central North Dakota.


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