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Snow is piling up, with up to nine inches forecasted

Nobles County offices closed today; multiple schools move to e-learning day.

A motorist approaches the intersection of Nobles County 12 and 10 as an Alberta Clipper moves through the Worthington area Friday morning.
A motorist approaches the intersection of Nobles County 12 and 10 as an Alberta Clipper moves through the Worthington area Friday morning.
Tim Middagh / The Globe<br/>

An Alberta Clipper makes its way through the region today, with an anticipated 9 inches of snow for the greater Worthington area. Globe photographer Tim Middagh captured a couple of images Friday morning as the snow continued to fall, making travel difficult.

Traffic moves slowly down Oxford and Humiston Ave. as an Alberta Clipper moves through the Worthington area that is under a Winter Storm Warning until Saturday morning.
Traffic moves slowly down Oxford Street and Humiston Avenue Friday.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

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Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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