Just when you thought Mother Nature was done, the region is about to be hit with another blast of wintry weather.
The National Weather Service in Grand Forks says another round of snow, up to four inches in spots, is anticipated starting Monday afternoon through noon on Tuesday.
The National Weather Service is calling for the heaviest of the snow to trek through most of Eastern North Dakota and extreme Western Minnesota. Widespread amounts of two to four inches of snow is expected, the weather service says. A low risk of up to six inches is possible from Wadena to Park Rapids, and areas east.
The snow will arrive into eastern North Dakota Monday afternoon, hitting the Red River Valley in the evening, and then overspreading into Minnesota by midnight.
Winds will be light during the snow event, but are anticipated to pick up to gusts nearing 25 miles per hour by Tuesday afternoon.