The first winter storm of the season could impact the Dakotas, Minnesota and southeastern Manitoba this week. According to World Weather Incorporated, the forecasted storm system could become a significant event. Two to six inches of snow is possible in the heart of the Dakotas Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday, the potential for blizzard-like conditions increases, with snowfall totals of three to eight inches and 20 to 35 mile per hour winds possible. More details will be known closer to the time of the event.
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