The National Weather Service Office in Aberdeen is saying that a fast moving blizzard is moving into the region and will bring light snow and gusty winds to the Watertown area Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service says we could see wind gusts up to 41 miles per hour. If you are traveling be aware that conditions will deteriorate quickly and may become hazardous with blowing/drifting snow and reduced visibility. Following the storm, temperatures plummet with wind chill temps of -25 to -40 expected.
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