Storm could dump 4 to 8 inches of snow on southeast North Dakota
FARGO - A spring storm expected to arrive tonight could dump 4 to 8 inches of snow on parts of east-central and southeast North Dakota, including the Fargo area, the National Weather Service says.
If Fargo receives more than 5.4 inches of snow, it would make this the second-snowiest season on record. The city has received 83.7 inches of snowfall so far, the third-highest total on record behind 89.1 inches in 1993-94 and 117 inches in 1996-97.
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