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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
400 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015

LOW CLOUDS COVERED THE STATE OVERNIGHT.  AREAS OF FREEZING DRIZZLE
AND SOME FLURRIES WERE NOTED OVER THE EAST AND SOUTH.  STORNG
NORTHWEST WINDS DEVELOPED OVER WESTERN MINNESOTA AROUND
MIDNIGHT...WITH SOME GUSTS APPROACHING 40 MPH. EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM TEENS NORTHWEST AND THE LOWER 30S SOUTH.

A COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP SOUTH OF THE AREA THIS MORNING...USHERING IN
COLDER AIR AND ENDING THE FREEZING DRIZZLE AND LIGHT SNOW OVER THE
STATE.  CLOUDS ARE EXPECTED TO THIN OVER THE NORTH...BUT REMAIN
MOSTLY CLOUDY IN THE SOUTH. THE STRONG NORTHWEST WIND IS EXPECTED TO
CONTINUE THROUGH MUCH OF THE MORNING...GRADUALLY DIMINISHING
TONIGHT.   HIGHS WILL RANGE IN THE TEENS NORTH TO LOWER 30S
SOUTHEAST.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE THE WEATHER TONIGHT INTO FRIDAY.  LOWS
TONIGHT SHOULD RANGE FROM 10 BELOW NORTHEAST TO 15 ABOVE ZERO
SOUTHWEST. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE OVER THE NORTH FRIDAY AFTERNOON WITH
A CHANCE OF SNOW LATER IN THE DAY.  HIGHS SHOULD WARM IN THE MID
TEENS NORTHEAST TO UPPER 30S SOUTHWEST.

PARTLY CLOUDY AND GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED INTO THE
COMING WEEKEND WITH BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

$$




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