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'Siberian Express' Blitzes Plains

January 29, 1985|From United Press International

A blast of cold air dubbed the "Siberian Express" pushed into the Northern Plains today, carrying blustery near-blizzard conditions into North Dakota and Montana.

Drivers were warned of near-blizzard conditions--snow and northerly winds of 20-35 m.p.h.--in western and central North Dakota. Blowing and drifting snow was also a hazard in Montana, where localized blizzard conditions were expected in the mountain passes. A winter storm watch was issued for portions of South Dakota and Wyoming.

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