BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Much of the Dakotas appears to be in store for yet another blizzard.
The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch for all of North Dakota on Sunday, as well as for northeastern South Dakota. Other parts of South Dakota could get high winds during the day.
Forecasters say another cold front will be moving through the region, bringing northwest winds gusting up to 55 mph that could blow around a fresh couple of inches of snow. That could create ground blizzard conditions, and wind chills in some areas could approach 50 degrees below zero.
Cold fronts moving through the region have led to blizzard conditions several times over the past couple of weeks.