November 11, 2022
BISMARCK, N.D.–The “Colorado Low” that brought lots of snow to North Dakota is now exiting the state.
Now comes the clean-up.
The National Weather Service says it appears the Bismarck-Mandan area received the largest snowfall amounts. Meteorologist John Paul Martin is at the Bismarck National Weather Service office. He says Bismarck reported a record 17 inches of snow – and Mandan received more than that.
Martin says a little light snow is expected this weekend – maybe one or two more inches. He says the next week or so will bring cold air, as the low leaves.
The storm closed portions of major highways. The Capitol closed Thursday, as did a number of schools.