MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Another round of heavy snow is moving into Minnesota and creating hazardous travel conditions.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for much of the region. Forecasters expect the storm to dump a foot of snow or more in parts of Minnesota by the time it exits the state Tuesday.
Snowfall totals across most of eastern North Dakota and northwest Minnesota are expected to be eight to 12 inches, with more in some locations. That area includes Grand Forks, Crookston and Devils Lake. Forecasters say the storm is tracking from northwest Minnesota to the southeast corner of the state.
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