Grant Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 1:46 PM MST on November 28, 2014

...Another shot of winter weather tonight and Saturday...

An Arctic cold front will push across the state by Saturday morning...bringing gusty northwest winds and dangerous wind chills to the state by late Saturday. Wind chills around 30 below are possible across central and northern North Dakota Saturday night.

A brief period of light freezing rain is possible overnight tonight before changing over to snow by early Saturday. Although precipitation amounts across the region are expected to be light...any freezing rain could lead to hazardous driving conditions. Snowfall amounts through Saturday evening are expected to be around one inch.

Be prepared for slippery roads if you are traveling tonight and Saturday. Slow down...allow extra time to reach your destination and be sure to have a winter survival kit in your car.

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Record Report
Statement as of 2:00 am CST on November 28, 2014

...Record low temperature set at both Jamestown and Minot North Dakota November 27...

...Record daily precipitation tied at Williston North Dakota November 27...

A record low temperature of -28 degrees was set at Jamestown on November 27 2014. This smashed the record of -13 from 1985.

A record low temperature of -18 degrees was set at Minot on November 27 2014. This broke the record of -17 from 1985.

0.18 inches of precipitation fell at Williston on November 27. This tied the record of 0.18 from 1944.

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