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FRIDAY MORNING UPDATE

The National Weather Service has issued a variety of winter weather advisories, watches and warnings for North Dakota as a storm moves in from the Rockies.
    
Forecasters say the storm will bring heavy snow to some areas of the state and freezing drizzle to others. It will linger through the weekend. Areas of South Dakota also could see snow or a mix of rain and snow, though the worst conditions are expected to be in North Dakota.
    
Authorities late Thursday issued a travel alert in northwestern North Dakota due to poor driving conditions.

You can check out the latest forecast and our live interactive radar at our Valley News Live Stormteam Page.

You can also get the weather news and updates you need on the go by downloading our VNL Weather App for your smarthphone or tablet.

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(AP) - Parts of northern North Dakota could see a foot or more of snow by the end of the weekend. 

The National Weather Service says a storm is bearing down on the Northern Plains from the Rockies, and will hit in two waves.

The first wave is expected to hit northwest and north central North Dakota on Thursday night and continue into Friday, and the second wave late Friday through Sunday morning is forecast to dump more snow. 

Southern areas in the west and central parts of North Dakota could see snow, sleet and freezing rain. The wintry mix could extend into parts of South Dakota.

You can check out the latest forecast and our live interactive radar at our Valley News Live Stormteam Page.

You can also get the weather news and updates you need on the go by downloading our VNL Weather App for your smarthphone or tablet.

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