Williams Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 7:30 AM MST on January 30, 2015

...Cold and snow make a return to western and central North Dakota...

Our quiet and mild weather will come to an end on Saturday as we return to a cold and active pattern through the middle of next week.

Light snow is expected to spread across most of western and central North Dakota on Saturday. The snow will be accompanied by falling temperatures and a biting north wind...producing wind chills to around 25 below zero by late Saturday night. Snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are anticipated across most of western and central North Dakota. The Turtle mountains may escape with little or no snow accumulation.

After a cold but mainly dry Sunday...chances for light accumulating snows return Monday and Tuesday. Frigid temperatures and dangerous wind chills will also remain through mid week. Monitor the latest weather conditions at www.Weather.Gov/bis.

352 am CST Fri Jan 30 2015 /252 am MST Fri Jan 30 2015/

...Cold and snow make a return to western and central North Dakota...

Our quiet and mild weather will come to an end on Saturday as we return to a cold and active pattern through the middle of next week.

Light snow is expected to spread across most of western and central North Dakota on Saturday. The snow will be accompanied by falling temperatures and a biting north wind producing wind chills to around 25 below zero by late Saturday night. Snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches are anticipated across most of western and central North Dakota. The Turtle mountains into the northern James River Valley may escape with little or no snow accumulations.

After a cold but mainly dry Sunday...chances for light accumulating snows return Monday and Tuesday. Frigid temperatures and dangerous wind chills will also remain through mid week. Monitor the latest weather conditions at www.Weather.Gov/bis.