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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1106 AM CST SUN NOV 23 2014

AREAS OF FOG COVERED MOST OF THE STATE LATE THIS MORNING. SOME
LIGHT RAIN WAS FALLING OVER THE SOUTH CENTRAL PART OF THE STATE.
TEMPERATURES AT 11 AM RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT HALLOCK TO 54
DEGREES AT WINONA.

A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER THE SOUTHERN PLAINS WILL BRING RAIN TO
THE SOUTHERN PART OF THE STATE THIS AFTERNOON. A SEPARATE AREA OF
LOW PRESSURE WAS OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA. THIS WILL BRING A MIX OF
RAIN AND SNOW THIS AFTERNOON TO THE NORTHWEST PORTIONS OF THE STATE.
THE RAIN WILL CHANGE OVER TO SNOW FROM WEST TO EAST TONIGHT. LIGHT
SNOW WILL CONTINUE ON MONDAY WITH ACCUMULATIONS BY MONDAY NIGHT
RANGING FROM ONE INCH OVER THE WEST TO THREE INCHES OVER THE
NORTHEAST. HIGH TEMPERATURES ON MONDAY WILL SLOWLY FALL THROUGH THE
DAY WITH TEENS IN THE WEST AND 20S OVER THE EAST. AN ALBERTA CLIPPER
WILL AFFECT THE STATE TUESDAY NIGHT WITH ANOTHER CHANCE OF AN
ACCUMULATING SNOWFALL.

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