The Nys will be seeing a cold front come out of the Dakotas.
The cold front is coming from the southwest.
A cold front will be moving up into the Nys, but not very quickly, and could last into the next day or two.
A couple of days after that, it could go southward into western North Dakota and the Dak.
The Nies are seeing a warm front coming off of the southwest coast of Alaska.
A warm front is also heading into North Dakota, and will bring moisture and cold air to the region.
In other words, a cold-front front could come in later this week.
According to the National Weather Service, a snowfall of 1 to 3 inches is expected by the morning of Sunday.
It is expected to move westward into the Dak and bring the cold front to North Dakota.
That cold front could also move into western Nies.
This could result in some snowfall on the plains and mountains of the Nies in the morning.
The National Weather Agency says it could also bring snowfall to some parts of eastern North Dakota in the afternoon.
In the Dak, there are also reports of snow showers and gusty winds that could lead to severe thunderstorms and possibly snow showers.
A snow storm is something that is very common during the winter, so expect a lot of snow on the ground in the Dak this week and into next week.