Although the air temperatures were not conducive for all the snow that fell to be recorded correctly, there was enough rain in the area as well that the totals presented below are probably close to what actually fell in most locations.
There will be a very limited amount of light snow on Friday, especially in central North Dakota, but liquid equivalency looks to be under 0.05 inches. Another threat of a rain / snow mix will arrive late Saturday / Saturday Night / into early Sunday morning. Liquid moisture from that event of both rain and snow should be under 0.25 inches with many locations under 0.10 inches once again. After that, around April 1 there still appears to be a rain / snow maker that will impact the region. Those three events appear to be the only threats of precipitation in the next week.