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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
345 AM CST THU DEC 25 2014

CLOUDS COVERED THE STATE DURING THE NIGHT.  A FEW SNOW FLURRIES
ROAMED CENTRAL MINNESOTA.  EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM
THE MIDDLE 20S TO LOWER 30S.

A COLD FRONT WAS MOVING INTO NORTHWEST MINNESOTA ROM THE DAKOTAS
EARLY THIS CHRISTMAS MORNING.  THIS FRONT WILL SAG INTO CENTRAL
MINNESOTA TODAY AND TONIGHT WILL BE THE FOCUS OF LIGHT SNOW.  ONE TO
THREE INCHES OF ACCUMULATION COULD OCCUR TODAY THROUGH TONIGHT
ACROSS CENTRAL MINNESOTA.  THE SOUTH COULD SEE SOME FLURRIES OR
PATCHY FREEZING DRIZZLE TONIGHT.  HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
TOP OUT IN THE UPPER 20S NORTH TO UPPER 30S SOUTH.

THE FRONT WILL EXIT THE AREA FRIDAY WITH A CHANCE OF SNOW STILL
FOUND TO THE EAST AND SOUTH. HIGH TEMPERATURES SHOULD RANGE IN THE
LOWER 20S NORTHWEST TO THE MID 30S FAR SOUTHEAST.

COLDER AIR WILL FILTER INTO THE REGION FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY.
SOME SUNSHINE IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP SATURDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE DROPS
INTO MINNESOTA.  HIGHS SHOULD RANGE IN THE TEENS NORTH TO MID 20S
SOUTH.

TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE BELOW NORMAL THROUGH MUCH OF THE
WEEK...WITH SOME MODERATION BY THE WEEKEND.  STILL NO BIG SNOW
STORMS IN SIGHT.


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