FARGO — Heavy overnight snowfall caused many in the Fargo-Moorhead area to have delayed starts to their Monday morning commute on Dec. 9.

After Sunday night's snowfall, plows were regulated to emergency routes overnight and are still working city and secondary roads Monday.

Location Snowfall (in inches)Time reported
Alexandria, Minn312:20 p.m.
Bemidji, Minn.1012:52 p.m
Bismarck, N.D. 5.712 a.m.
Casselton, N.D.4.87 a.m.
Chanhassen, Minn. 2.312 p.m.
Detroit Lakes, Minn.67 a.m.
Devils Lake, N.D. 5.59:10 p.m.
Fargo, N.D.2.26 a.m.
Grand Forks, N.D.66 a.m.
Harwood, N.D.3.810:07 a.m.
Jamestown, N.D.96 a.m.
Lisbon, N.D. 2.47 a.m.
Minnepolis, Minn.2.512 p.m.
Moorhead, Minn.2.26 a.m.
St. Cloud, Minn.49 a.m.

Fargo saw just over 2.2 inches, according to weather.gov. Moorhead received 2.2 inches of snowfall as well, while Harwood received up to 3.8 and Casselton almost 5 inches as of 7 a.m. on Dec. 9.

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Fargo, West Fargo, Moorhead and Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton schools started classes two hours late Monday, Dec. 9. St. Joseph's school in Moorhead also began two hours late.

In an email to parents Sunday night, West Fargo Schools said all YMCA preschool programming at the Early Childhood Center was canceled.

Outside the metro, Barnesville and Hawley schools and buses were two hours late.

While the snowfall has ended, frigid below-zero temperatures are expected throughout the week, according to the National Weather Service. Tomorrow, Dec. 10, temperatures are forecasted to hit 19 below zero with wind chill values as low as 27 below zero.