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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1131 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

LATE FRIDAY MORNING... HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING ACROSS IOWA AND
WISCONSIN AS A COLD FRONT WAS MOVING INTO THE WESTERN DAKOTAS.
CLOUDS COVERED NORTHERN MINNESOTA AS THEY CONTINUE TO MOVE INTO
THE STATE FROM THE NORTHWEST. THERE WAS A SIGNIFICANT CONTRAST WITH
LOW TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING... WITH LOWS RANGING FROM 19 BELOW
IN INTERNATIONAL FALLS TO 18 IN MADISON. LIGHT SNOW WAS FALLING
ACROSS THE NORTH.

OCCASIONAL LIGHT SNOW WILL CONTINUE ALONG THE CANADIAN BORDER...WITH
LINGERING LIGHT SNOW IN THE ARROWHEAD BY THE AFTERNOON.
ELSEWHERE...SKIES WILL BE CLOUDY ACROSS THE NORTH... AND PARTLY TO
MOSTLY SUNNY IN THE SOUTH WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 30S
SOUTHWEST...TO THE TEENS IN THE ARROWHEAD.

SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL BEGIN TO INCREASE TODAY AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES
OFF TO THE EAST AND A COLD FRONT BEGINS TO MOVE INTO THE DAKOTAS.
THIS COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH MINNESOTA BY SATURDAY MORNING WITH
LIGHT SNOW DEVELOPING IN THE FAR SOUTH BY SATURDAY NIGHT.

SEVERAL CHANCES OF LIGHT SNOW WILL OCCUR OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL
DAYS...WITH ANY SIGNIFICANT MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ALONG THE IOWA
BORDER.




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MCLOVIN




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