Winter Weather

More Winter Expected
Bismarck started the morning (March 6) at 44 degrees and slowly, the temperature will be falling as a winter system continues to inch its way closer to the Bismarck-Mandan area.
The National Weather Service in Bismarck has issued a Winter Storm Warning for a majority of the state through Wednesday. This watch goes into effect Sunday (November 27th) night. (see update below)
Depending on where you are will depend on the amount of snow you will receive. There is a very good ch…
Winter Weather Advisory
A Winter Weather Advisory in effect from noon (CST) today to 6 a.m. Sunday. A majority of the heaviest snow will take place West of Bismarck and State Highway 83. Bismarck could see between 1-3 inches.
Icy Roads and conditions
The cold weather, wet conditions and possible snow will cause a hazardous situation for the entire state. The National Weather Service in Bismarck has several advisories and statements for the Bismarck-Mandan area that may cause a icy and slippery commute through out the day Tuesday.
Thanksgiving Winter
Just in time for holiday travel, the area will be effected by another clipper system. It seems like this is the year of the clipper. Let's break it down for you.
Hazardous Travel for Sunday
Bismarck and the surrounding counties can't get a break! Since the Arctic front passed through the area last week, it seems like it has a grip and won't let loose.
Winter weather update
The snow has already started to fall in Bismarck and surrounding area. Bismarck and Mandan are under the influence of a Winter Weather Advisory, which could be updated to a WINTER STROM WARNING as the system moves in from the West.
WInter Weather Expected
Winter weather and the coldest temperatures of the season are expected to affect the area and the first widespread snow event is gearing up to dump the area with up to 6 inches of snow.
Slipping on Ice
I don't know why we enjoy seeing other embarrassing moments as we see in these pictures of people falling and slipping on ice in New York City.

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