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AWUS83 KMPX 210906

Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
300 AM CST Tue Nov 21 2017

Clouds and a few snow showers flurries developed across the north.
Clouds were on the increase over the south. A gusty west to
northwest wind developed over most of the state with a few gusts
approaching 45 mph.

A strong cold front was exiting the state early this morning and was
responsible for the gusty winds. That will be the trend today as
colder air drops southeast today. Clouds and a few snow shower will
affect the central and north, mainly this morning with clouds
clearing from west to east this afternoon. High temperatures will
struggle to warm through the teens north and to around 30 south.

High pressure is forecast to move across the state tonight and
should provide light winds and cool temperatures. Lows tonight will
drop to the single digits north and the teens south.

Another weather system will move into the area Wednesday and may
generate a little snow to the central and north. Any accumulation
should remain light. Highs Wednesday will range in the 20s north to
30s south.

Thanksgiving looks dry with highs in the mid 20s to lower 30s north,
to upper 30s to mid 40s south.

A brief warmup is expected Friday with a chance of rain. Readings
are forecast to rise in the 30s and 40s north and in the lower 50s

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