As of 3:00pm (CT) Today, December 5th, a Blizzard Warning has been issued for much of Western and Central North Dakota!

FYI to All, As per the National Weather Service:

A BLIZZARD WARNING HAS BEEN ISSUED FOR MUCH OF WESTERN AND CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA

FROM THIS AFTERNOON THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON…

.A BLIZZARD HAS DEVELOPED ACROSS PARTS OF WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA

FROM CROSBY TO WILLISTON AND DICKINSON THIS AFTERNOON. BLIZZARD

CONDITIONS WILL DEVELOP ACROSS CENTRAL NORTH DAKOTA FROM MINOT

TO BISMARCK…FORT YATES AND LINTON LATE THIS AFTERNOON…AND

FROM THE TURTLE MOUNTAINS THROUGH HARVEY AND JAMESTOWN LATE

TONIGHT. NORTHWEST WIND GUSTS TO 50 MPH WILL COMBINE WITH FALLING

SNOW…AND SNOW ALREADY ON THE GROUND…TO CAUSE ZERO VISIBILITIES

IN BLOWING SNOW. SOME ROADS MAY BECOME BLOCKED DUE TO BLOWING

SNOW. CONDITIONS WILL NOT IMPROVE UNTIL TUESDAY EVENING.

Be prepared & Stay Safe!!  PLEASE KEEP UP-TO-DATE AT: http://www.weather.gov/bis/

Snow and the first dangerous wind chills of the season coming next week to Western and Central North Dakota. (Monday December 5 – Thursday December 8, 2016)

The National Weather Service in Bismarck, North Dakota has forecasted snow and the first dangerous wind chills of the season coming next week to western and central North Dakota. (Monday December 5 through Thursday December 8, 2016)

Key points:

  • Snow is forecast for Monday with several inches possible. The higher snow amounts are favored from the northwest through north central parts of the state.
  • High temperatures Tuesday through Thursday will be 5 to 15 degrees above zero, with low temperatures in the single digits below zero.
  • Winds during this time will be as high as 30 mph.
  • Dangerous wind chills of 25 below zero are expected, resulting in frostbite to exposed flesh in 30 minutes or less.

Be prepared, Stay Safe & Keep up to date at www.weather.gov/bis

 

Southwest Water Authority is Operational, All Customers are asked to limit high consumption for 48 Hours!

Power has been restored at the Intake. Southwest Water Authority appreciates everyone’s cooperation. It will take a few days for the Southwest Pipeline system to return to full capacity.  Southwest Water Authority would appreciate customers limiting high consumptive use.

City of Hazen Requests All Residents to Conserve Water Until Issue is Resolved Today, June 22nd, 2016!

Due to a Power Outage, the City of Hazen is having water issues and ask that all residents conserve water until further notice. It is expected to take all day to resolve. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.

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Damaging winds and large hail possible (Late Tuesday Afternoon & Tuesday Night June 21, 2016)

The National Weather Service out of Bismarck reports of possible severe weather late this afternoon and evening.

Key points:

  • Damaging winds to 80 mph and large hail may occur across western and central North Dakota, along with an isolated tornado.
    • At this point, the greatest threat is across northwest into central North Dakota (Williston to Washburn).
  • The severe storms are expected to develop late this afternoon and early evening west, expanding south and east tonight.

 

Keep up to date with the weather at http://www.weather.gov/bis/ and stay safe.

 

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