Snow is likely across the region beginning in eastern North Dakota Sunday morning moving east across the area through the rest of Sunday.
A dusting of snow is expected south of the Interstate 94 corridor. More snow is expected north of the Interstate 94 corridor, where amounts of one to three inches are possible, with locally higher amounts under a potential short-lived, thin snow band. Best chance for heaviest snow is late Sunday north of I-94.
Snow ends west to east Monday morning with breezy winds during the day expected to create some drifting of new snow. Snow could lead to slippery conditions with heaviest snow reducing visibility. This could create hazardous travel conditions, use caution if travelling especially during the Monday morning commute.