Snow is still expected across much of North Dakota later today into Wednesday. The heaviest amounts will be in the eastern portion of the state. Amounts look to be mostly in the three to six range with the typical localized exceptions on either side of those totals. Most locations in eastern North Dakota will record very little if any snow until after sunset today with the snow tapering Wednesday afternoon.
The storm is currently in southeastern Colorado and is projected to move northeasterly in the next 24 hours.
The storm is expected to be near Duluth at 6:00 PM on Wednesday then move into Ontario. Behind the storm, cold air will move into the region for a few days with some moderation next week.
After this event, next threat of snow looks to be near Christmas, with current indications around December 23-24 time frame.