June 26, 2022
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Blizzard Moves Out After Third Straight Day

(Undated) — Blizzard conditions that shut down much of North Dakota are clearing up. The blizzard warning that covered much of the state expired last night after a third straight day of gusty winds and blowing snow. The National Weather Service says today’s forecast includes patchy blowing snow statewide. While snow totals were as high as two to three feet in some areas, Fargo escaped the blizzard. At least one person’s death has been linked to the storm.

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