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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1145 AM CST FRI FEB 27 2015

HIGH PRESSURE MAINTAINED AN INFLUENCE OVER MINNESOTA LATE THIS
MORNING. SKIES WERE SUNNY...WITH A THIN VEIL OF HIGH CLOUDS
BEGINNING TO ADVANCE INTO THE NORTH. WINDS WERE FAIRLY
LIGHT...GENERALLY FROM THE WEST OR SOUTHWEST AT 3 TO 10 MPH. AT 11
AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO NORTHWEST...AND OVER
PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE TEENS ALONG THE NORTH
SHORE WITH A FEW LOW 20S IN WESTERN AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.

THE RIDGE WILL BE THE MAIN WEATHER FEATURE FOR THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT. TEMPERATURES WILL TREND WARMER...BUT WILL REMAIN BELOW
AVERAGE. AFTERNOON READINGS WILL PEAK IN THE LOW TEENS NORTHWEST
AND PORTIONS OF THE SOUTHEAST...WITH MIDDLE TO UPPER 20S DOTTING
THE NORTH SHORE AND PORTIONS OF WESTERN AND SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE MIDDLE TEENS BELOW ZERO
NORTHEAST...TO THE LOW SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTHWEST.

A WEAK UPPER-AIR DISTURBANCE WILL MOVE ACROSS NORTHERN MINNESOTA
ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND SUNDAY...WHICH WILL BRING INCREASING
CLOUDS AND A SLIGHT CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW. ANY ACCUMULATION SHOULD
BE LIGHT...LESS THAN ONE-HALF INCH. ANOTHER RIDGE ADVANCES THROUGH
THE REGION SUNDAY AND MONDAY...YIELDING ANOTHER PERIOD OF
QUIET WEATHER. BY LATE MONDAY NIGHT AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE IS
FORECAST TO DEVELOP IN COLORADO...MOVING INTO THE WESTERN GREAT
LAKES BY WEDNESDAY MORNING. THERE IS A POTENTIAL THIS EARLY WEEK
SYSTEM COULD BRING ACCUMULATING SNOWS TO PORTIONS OF MINNESOTA.
MONITOR LATER FORECASTS THROUGH THE WEEKEND FOR MORE DETAILS.

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HUYCK




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