The snow is still falling with this latest storm system that is moving through North Dakota. The snow started to fall Tuesday night, (12/15) about 10 p.m.. The snow has been steady over night into the morning.

The system is slowly moving east and the center of the system is to the south of Bismarck with the heaviest snow fall, to the south-east of the Bismarck area. The more east and south-east is the most dangerous travel and heaviest snow fall. An additional 1-3 inches is possible throughout the day Wednesday bring totals to some areas close to 9 inches with 10 inches locally in some areas.

The latest over night snow fall accumulation sub-totals from the National Weather Service estimate anywhere between 4-6 inches as of 4 a.m. Wednesday. We have had reports of 6 to 7 inches in South Bismarck near Lincoln and the U of M.


Complete snow totals will be complete after the storm moves out of the area later Wednesday. (12/16) Be sure to check roads and highways before heading out. Travel through out the South and Southeast is hazardous. Most roads are snow covered though the Bismarck- Mandan area.

Winter Storm WARNINGS are posted throughout the rest of the day for Barnes; Benson; Cass; Cavalier; Eastern Walsh County; Eddy; Grand Forks; Griggs; Nelson; Pembina; Ramsey; Ransom; Richland; Sargent; Steele and Towner.

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