FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Wintery weather hit northeast North Dakota Sunday, bringing snowfall and high winds.
The National Weather Service warned that parts of the state could see near-blizzard conditions later Sunday with blowing snow. Forecasters issued a winter storm warning and said that 2 inches (5.1 cm) of more snowfall could come.
The West Fargo library announced it was closing Sunday due to the weather.
The North Dakota Highway Patrol also restricted travel for oversize vehicles in the northeast region of the state and urged all travelers to use caution in the conditions.