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WINTER STORM

A series of storms brought around 4 feet of snow to some parts of the region. While the storm and its aftermath continue to stress ranchers and cattle, there is optimism that it spells the beginning of the end of a dry cycle.
Our firstborn was two weeks old during Blizzard Hannah and a month old during the historic Flood of 1997.
An editorial cartoon by Dave Granlund
An editorial cartoon by Dave Whamond.

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A winter storm that could bring anywhere from 6 to 10 inches of snow arrived in the area early Friday morning. Most of the West Central Tribune coverage area is covered by a winter storm warning from the National Weather Service.
Contemporary science cannot predict how bad a winter storm will be until about two or three days before it hits.
The first winter storm of 2021 has arrived. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard warning for most of west central and southwestern Minnesota, including Kandiyohi and surrounding counties
Heavy snow is predicted to begin Friday morning in west central Minnesota, dumping 8-10 inches in the region, followed by howling winds and dropping temperatures Saturday.
Snow and wind could hit much of Minnesota on Tuesday and Wednesday as people travel to their Thanksgiving destinations. West central Minnesota is under a winter storm watch, with another storm brewing for the weekend.
WILLMAR -- Day two of an early spring snowstorm closed roads, forced schools throughout the region to cancel classes, and led many businesses to close up early or to not open their doors.

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WILLMAR - The snowfall Saturday and Sunday hit the one-foot mark in western Minnesota. The National Weather Service received a report of 12 inches as of Saturday evening in Holloway.
DETROIT LAKES - The Minnesota Department of Transportation has lifted the no travel advisory for all state and federal highways in Traverse, Wilkin and Big Stone counties. All state highways in west central Minnesota are completely snow-covered.
DETROIT LAKES - Heavy snow and high winds are creating hazardous driving conditions in some areas of west central Minnesota. The Minnesota Department of Transportation has enacted a no-travel advisory on highways in Wilkin, Traverse and Big Stone...

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