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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1233 PM CDT SAT APR 12 2014

WEATHER CONDITIONS WERE FAIRLY ACTIVE ACROSS EASTERN PORTIONS OF
THE STATE RANGING FROM SNOW IN THE NORTH TO THUNDERSTORMS TO THE
SOUTH. LIGHTNING...NICKLE SIZE HAIL AND WINDS TO 70MPH WERE
REPORTED IN THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MINNESOTA. TO THE
NORTH...A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOWFALL WAS COMMON.  SNOW FALL OF 0.5
INCHES WAS STICKING TO SNOW COVERED AREAS OF THE ARROWHEAD AND
MELTING QUICKLY ON ROADWAYS. TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING AT 700AM
RANGED FROM 21 DEGREES AT CRANE LAKE TO 54 IN JACKSON AND WINDOM.

WINDS WILL SHIFT FROM THE NORTHWEST TONIGHT AND BRING COOLER THAN
NORMAL TEMPERATURES FOR THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS. LOWS WILL DIP BELOW
FREEZING ACROSS THE NORTH TONIGHT WHILE REMAINING IN THE 40S
SOUTH. THEN...THE COOLER AIR SPREADS SOUTH DROPPING MONDAY MORNING
LOWS BELOW FREEZING STATE WIDE. EXPECT NORTHERLY FLOW THROUGH
MONDAY REINFORCING COOLER THAN NORMAL TEMPS. AFTER A QUIET AND
COOL START TO THE WEEK MODEL GUIDANCE INDICATES AN ACTIVE WEATHER
PERIOD FOR PORTIONS OF THE STATE STARTING WEDNESDAY.



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