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AWUS83 KMPX 181217
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MNZ001>098-181830-

Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
600 AM CST Sun Feb 18 2018

Complex weather system to evolve over the area over the next 48-72
hours which will bring moderate to heavy snow for western and
northern Minnesota with a mix of light snow and freezing rain to
southern and eastern portions. The precipitation will commence today
as snow for central and northern portions, with accumulating snow up
north. After a brief lull this evening, the precipitation will
return for much of the state. The prevailing precipitation type will
be snow for western through northern Minnesota but south of a line
from Redwood Falls to Cambridge, freezing rain will mix in and the
amount of freezing rain will increase going south and southeast. The
bulk of the precipitation will come during the day Monday and there
is potential for between a tenth and a quarter inch of ice in
southern and southeastern Minnesota while western through northern
portions are expected to receive in excess of 6 inches of snow.

The precipitation will wind down during the day on Tuesday as high
pressure arrives, allowing for mainly dry days both Wednesday and
Thursday.

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