Hettinger Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 2:16 PM MST Jan. 21, 2019 – National Weather Service

... Strong winds with blowing snow and much colder temperatures
Wednesday night through Thursday...

A powerful Arctic cold front is forecast to drop south across
North Dakota Wednesday night. There is a chance of light snow
ahead of the front Wednesday evening. Behind the front, strong
north to northwest winds will develop. Given the recent rounds
of fresh snow, areas of blowing and drifting snow are expected
Wednesday night into Thursday afternoon. The blowing snow may
cause significant visibility reductions, with near whiteout
conditions possible. In addition, dangerous wind chills to near
40 below zero can be expected Wednesday night through Thursday
night.

If you have travel plans Wednesday or Thursday, be sure to
monitor the forecast closely. Be prepared for potential hazardous
travel.


457 am CST Mon Jan 21 2019 /357 am MST Mon Jan 21 2019/

... Strong winds with blowing snow and much colder temperatures
Wednesday night into Thursday...

A powerful Arctic cold front is forecast to sweep through the
area Wednesday night. There is a chance of light snow ahead of the
front Wednesday evening. Behind the front, strong north to
northwest winds will develop. Given the recent rounds of fresh
snow, areas of blowing and drifting snow are expected Wednesday
night into Thursday afternoon. The blowing snow may cause
significant visibility reductions, with near whiteout conditions
possible. In addition, dangerous wind chills to near 40 below zero
can be expected Wednesday night through Thursday night.

If you have travel plans Wednesday or Thursday, be sure to
monitor the forecast closely. Be prepared for potential hazardous
travel.


Hollan/heinert


457 am CST Mon Jan 21 2019 /357 am MST Mon Jan 21 2019/

... Strong winds with blowing snow and much colder temperatures
Wednesday night into Thursday...

A powerful Arctic cold front is forecast to sweep through the
area Wednesday night. There is a chance of light snow ahead of the
front Wednesday evening. Behind the front, strong north to
northwest winds will develop. Given the recent rounds of fresh
snow, areas of blowing and drifting snow are expected Wednesday
night into Thursday afternoon. The blowing snow may cause
significant visibility reductions, with near whiteout conditions
possible. In addition, dangerous wind chills to near 40 below zero
can be expected Wednesday night through Thursday night.

If you have travel plans Wednesday or Thursday, be sure to
monitor the forecast closely. Be prepared for potential hazardous
travel.


Hollan/heinert

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