First winter storm of season heading for southwest North Dakota
A slow-moving weather system moving out of the Rockies could dump up to 10 inches of snow on the southwest corner of North Dakota, the National Weather Service said.
The large upper-level system is slowly moving north-east out of the central Rockies, carrying a lot of cold air and moisture, said Rich Leblang, meteorologist at the weather service in Bismarck.
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