Associated Press , Published March 01 2013
North Dakotans could see snow Sunday, MondayBISMARCK — Enjoy the warmer temperatures on Saturday, because Sunday and Monday could be bringing snow across a large portion of the state.
National Weather Service meteorologist Bill Abeling tells the Bismarck Tribune (http://bit.ly/YEFlx4) that a large, low-pressure system moving in from the Rocky Mountains has the potential to dump six inches or more of wet, heavy snow.
Abeling says the storm is not expected to bring a lot of wind, but it will begin with a mixed form of precipitation before turning to snow. Western parts of the state have a chance for mixed precipitation late Saturday night before turning to snow later.
The system should be out of the area by Monday night.
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