2 feet in Bismarck as blizzard dumps snow on North Dakota, Minnesota


It was a November blizzard for the ages in North Dakota as two feet of snow buried parts of Bismarck while Grand Forks wound up just shy of 10 inches. 

The storm blew away the Nov. 10 record in Bismarck, with the National Weather Service office near the city’s airport measuring 17 inches of snow. That smashed the record of 9.1 inches for the date and was just 0.3 inches shy of tying the 24-hour snowfall record in Bismarck. A stunning 17.3 inches fell on April 14, 2013. 

But that’s the total at the NWS office. Reports from other parts of Bismarck and surrounding areas are coming in at 24 inches. Here’s the snowfall leaderboard in North Dakota. 

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