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Intense cold through Thursday followed by snow

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STILL cold all day long!  Thursday's high will climb into the teens, but morning wind chills will still be well below zero.  Afternoon feels-like temperatures will still be close to zero. The wind chill warning expires at 1 p.m.

Emoji forecast still features a poor smiley face with chattering teeth.

We're tracking a clipper heading this direction!  Snow falling Thursday in Bismarck.

Snow will begin after 6 p.m. Thursday.  It'll snow all night and should mostly be finished by 6 a.m.  Still anticipating difficult travel Friday morning.

Snow totals will not be impressive, but the 1-3 inches that most of us will get will still cause problems on the roads early Friday.

Temperatures soar above average this weekend!  Expect 40s Saturday and low 50s by Sunday. It means all our ice will be melting away, leaving us with a lot of runoff followed by more rain Monday.  Lots of water and likely potholes to deal with in the upcoming week.

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