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URGENT WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY

 

January 21, 2019

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE

National Weather Service Grand Forks ND

325 PM CST Sun Jan 20 2019

West Polk-Kittson-Roseau-Lake Of The Woods-West Marshall-East Marshall-North Beltrami-Pennington-Red Lake-East Polk-North Clearwater-South Beltrami-Mahnomen-South Clearwater-Hubbard-East Becker-Wadena-Towner-Cavalier-Pembina-Ramsey-Eastern Walsh County-Nelson-Grand Forks-Western Walsh County-Including the cities of Crookston, East Grand Forks, Hallock,Karlstad, Lancaster, Roseau, Warroad, Greenbush, Baudette,Warren, Stephen, Argyle, Newfolden, Middle River, Grygla, Red Lake, Redby, Ponemah, Thief River Falls, Red Lake Falls, Fosston, Fertile, McIntosh, Erskine, Bagley, Clearbrook, Bemidji, Mahnomen, Naytahwaush, Waubun, Alida, Ebro, Lake Itasca, Long Lost Lake, Lower Rice Lake, Roy Lake, Upper Rice Lake, Park Rapids, Wolf Lake, Wadena, Menahga, Cando, Langdon, Cavalier, Walhalla, Drayton, Pembina, Neche, St. Thomas, Devils Lake, Grafton, Park River, Lakota, Mcville, Aneta, Tolna,

Grand Forks, Edinburg, Adams, and Lankin.

325 PM CST Sun Jan 20 2019

WIND CHILL ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM CST MONDAY...

WHAT...Very cold wind chills expected. Wind chills as low as 35 below zero expected.

WHERE...Portions of central, north central and northwest Minnesota and northeast North Dakota.

WHEN...Until 6 AM CST Monday.

ADDITIONAL DETAILS...The dangerously cold wind chills could cause frostbite on exposed skin in as little as 10 minutes.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

A Wind Chill Advisory means that cold air and the wind will combine to create low wind chills. Frostbite and hypothermia can occur if precautions are not taken. Make sure you wear a hat and gloves.

URGENT - WINTER WEATHER MESSAGE

National Weather Service Duluth MN

843 PM CST Sun Jan 20 2019

CHILLY TONIGHT THEN WIDESPREAD SNOWFALL MONDAY INTO TUESDAY MORNING...

Another cold night with wind chill values of 25 to 35 below zero tonight, coldest across the International Border region where a few cold spots could reach wind chills as cold as 40 below. Warmer on Monday as a warm front moving in brings widespread snowfall

developing from west to east across the Northland, beginning the Brainerd Lakes region early Monday afternoon then into the Twin

Ports during the Monday afternoon/evening commute. Snowfall rates will be most intense Monday night into early Tuesday morning, with snowfall rates over one inch per hour possible at times. Snowfall will gradually end from west to east Tuesday morning, and while

snowfall rates and visibility should improve for the Tuesday morning, snow covered roads will lead to a slippery roads for the commute.

 

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