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Northland Outdoors Forecast: Chance of light snow again this weekend

Our first big snowstorm of the season will push eastward Friday, but another clipper will bring light snow Saturday.

This weekend will be a chilly one. High temperatures will stay in the 20s and 30s for a large portion of the region. A clipper is set to bring a chance of light rain and light snow on Saturday with winds briefly picking up behind this system. Chilly with lighter winds for Sunday.

A few areas of light snow will linger over the Red River Valley and Minnesota Friday midday and into the afternoon. Most of the precipitation will be coming to and end and winds look to back off throughout the day as well.

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Snow tapers of with strong winds slowly diminishing throughout the day.

A weak clipper will slide over the region on Saturday bringing yet another chance of light snow.

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Saturday will feature a chance of light snow as a weak clipper passes by.

The light snow will move from west to east throughout the day. The eastern side of North Dakota and parts of Minnesota will see the chance of light snow flying the second half of the day.

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Clipper brings light snow and gusty winds to the region on Saturday.

The later half of Saturday will get breezy for the Dakotas behind this clipper. Winds will become northwest.

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The breeze will pick up behind the clipper the later half of Saturday.

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Sunday will be a quiet and cold day. Highs could stay in the 20s and 30s for most with some reaching 40s. Winds look lighter to finish out this weekend.

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Lighter winds and cool temperatures to close out Sunday.

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