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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
447 AM CST THU JAN 12 2017

Unlike the first three days of the work week, today does not feature
snow falling across the state. It is cold though, with clear skies
across central into the northeast allowing for temperatures down
between 10 and 25 below zero. Across North Dakota, there is a strong
arctic front heading our way and it will be swinging across
Minnesota late this morning through the afternoon. Strong winds in
the Red River Valley will lead to significant blowing and drifting
snow, with all of the state experiencing rapid temperature drops
behind it. Tonight, an arctic high will be centered over the state,
which will give us lows around 10 below in far southern MN and
around 30 below in central and northern MN.

Temperatures will moderate quickly this weekend, with above normal
temperatures expected next week. To go with the above normal
temperatures, we will see a shot at wintry precipitation in the
south Monday into Tuesday.

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