Wind Chill Advisory
Statement as of 05:49 MST dnia 08-grudzień-2013
... Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect until noon CST /11 am
* timing... through Monday morning.
* Wind chill values... to 35 below zero.
* Impacts... frostbite to exposed skin and hypothermia.
A Wind Chill Advisory means the combination of wind and very cold
air will create low wind chills. This will result in frost bite
and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not taken. If you must
venture outdoors... make sure you wear a hat and gloves.
Statement as of 02:44 MST dnia 08-grudzień-2013
... Areas of blowing and drifting snow Monday afternoon through
Two Alberta clipper systems will sweep across western and central
North Dakota Monday through Tuesday. Periods of gusty northwest
winds between 20 and 35 mph... with gusts to 40 mph can be
expected. New snowfall accumulations through Tuesday afternoon
will remain light... with one to two inches forecast along and west
of Highway 85... and less than one inch elsewhere.
The combination of strong winds... existing loose snow on the
ground... and additional light snowfall... will result in areas of
blowing and drifting snow. This may reduce visibilities and impact
If you have travel plans Monday through Tuesday... please check back
for further updates. You can always access the latest forecast at
Public Information Statement
Statement as of 5:35 am CST on December 8, 2013
... Public information statement...
The Minot Air Force base radar (kmbx) will be out of service until
further notice. Technicians will be contacted Sunday morning and
we will send an update as soon as they troubleshoot the problem.
Adjacent radars... Bismarck ND (kbis)... Mayville ND (mmvx) and
Glasgow Mt (kggw).
Nearby Radar Stations