- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 7, 2015

KENMARE, N.D. (AP) - Wintry weather moving across North Dakota this week gave residents of Kenmare a post-Easter surprise.

Residents of the northwestern community woke up Monday to find 14 inches of snow on the ground.

National Weather Service officials say the town was in the path of a narrow band of heavy snowfall that passed through late Sunday and early Monday. They say it’s an unusual event and doesn’t really have an explanation.

The city sent out snowplows early Monday. Resident Barb Wiedmer tells the Minot Daily News that the snow was melting nicely by mid-day.

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