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Northland Outdoors Forecast: Tracking snow for this weekend

Snow will slide over North Dakota and across Minnesota Saturday into Sunday.

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We'll finish out this work week on a mild note. Snow slides into North Dakota Saturday and then across Minnesota as the day moves forward. Light snow continues Sunday with strong winds for some on the back side of this system.

Snow looks to start light, but will be accumulating later on in the day. The band of snow will likely impact North Dakota and northern Minnesota Saturday into Saturday night.

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Futurecast showing snow moving through Saturday.

Temperatures will still be mild for this time of year. Parts of South Dakota will still make it into the 40s and 50s. With the mild temperatures lately and snow accumulating this weekend make sure to be careful out on the ice if you plan on doing some fishing. Conditions may not be ideal for making more ice in places that receive the accumulating snow this weekend.

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Saturday's forecast for the region.

Snow will start to taper off from west to east throughout Sunday.

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Futurecast showing the snow still in parts of the region Sunday.

Temperatures will be cooler Sunday. Winds will be blustery out of the northwest making it feel even chillier.

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Sunday's forecast for the region.

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Strongest winds on Sunday will be across the Dakotas and down into southwestern Minnesota. Gusts will be even higher for these areas.

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Sunday's wind forecast for the region.

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I grew up in Minnesota and my love of the outdoors lead me on a path to becoming in meteorologist. I got my Bachelor of Science in meteorology at St. Cloud State University. I started out my career as a TV meteorologist in Bismarck at KX News in 2010. I left Bismarck for Fargo in the fall of 2015 where I've been since working for WDAY as well as The Forum.
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