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A historic winter storm over the northern plains is finally coming to an end.
Additional light snowfall will continue Friday, but the heaviest snow has stopped.
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Overall, up to 36 inches of snow were reported in North Dakota and 47 inches in Montana.
In North Dakota, travel remains largely at a standstill as snow drifts up to 7 feet high have been reported.
The latest snowfall from this system will taper off in Minnesota and Wisconsin on Friday.
However, the heavy snowfalls will continue for a while.
Temperatures in these areas will remain below freezing until the middle of next week.
An active period with some stormy weather is forecast for the Easter weekend in the southern US.
The severe potential for these storms is limited, but single severe storms will be possible any day.
Beginning Friday night, storms will move from Oklahoma into the lower Mississippi Valley.
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Excess humidity can be the biggest problem during these storms.
Total crowds over 2 inches will be widespread, while local crowds can reach 4-5 inches.