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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1123 AM CST THU JAN 29 2015

LATE THURSDAY MORNING... A COLD FRONT WAS PUSHING OUT OF SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA AND CENTRAL WISCONSIN... AS AN ARCTIC HIGH WAS BUILDING
ACROSS MANITOBA. A FEW FLURRIES WERE FALLING ACROSS THE NORTH. CLOUDS
BLANKETED THE STATE IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS... BUT WERE
BEGINNING TO BREAK UP ACROSS THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF THE STATE.
MORNING LOWS WERE IN THE 20S AND 30S STATEWIDE.

THE HIGH PRESSURE WILL MOVE SOUTHEAST INTO THE NORTHERN PLAINS...
USHERING IN ARCTIC AIR. TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO DROP
THROUGHOUT THE DAY. A GLIMPSE OF SUN WILL BE POSSIBLE THIS
AFTERNOON AS CLOUDS GRADUALLY BREAK UP WITH THE BUILDING RIDGE.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL TO THE TEENS BELOW ACROSS THE NORTH... TO
THE TEENS ABOVE ACROSS THE SOUTH. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE OVER THE NORTH FRIDAY AFTERNOON WITH
A CHANCE OF SNOW LATER IN THE DAY.  HIGHS SHOULD WARM IN THE MID
TEENS NORTHEAST TO UPPER 30S SOUTHWEST. PARTLY CLOUDY AND
GENERALLY DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED INTO THE COMING WEEKEND WITH
BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES.

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MCLOVIN




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