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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITES/CHANHASSEN MN
300 AM CST THU MAR 5 2015

A CLEAR SKY AND VERY COLD AIR SETTLED OVER MINNESOTA DURING THE
NIGHT. EARLY MORNING READINGS RANGED THE 20S BELOW ZERO IN THE
NORTHEAST...THE TEENS BELOW CENTRAL AND SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO IN
THE FAR SOUTH.

SUNSHINE IS EXPECTED TODAY ACROSS THE STATE AS HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES
SOUTH AND EAST OF THE STATE LATER TODAY.  A SOUTHERLY WIND WILL
DEVELOP INTO THE AFTERNOON WITH BRISK WINDS RETURNING TO THE WEST.
AFTERNOON HIGHS TEMPERATURES SHOULD REBOUND THROUGH THE TEENS AND
SOME LOWER 20S.

THE WIND SHOULD INCREASE AS A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS OVER THE DAKOTAS.
THIS WILL SPREAD SOME HIGH LEVEL CLOUDS OVER THE STATE
TONIGHT...ALONG WITH STEADY OR SLOWLY RISING TEMPERATURES OVER MUCH
OF THE STATE.  LOWS SHOULD BOTTOM OUT IN THE SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS.

FRIDAY LOOKS TO BE WARMER WITH PARTLY CLOUDY AND DRY CONDITIONS.
HIGHS SHOULD TOP OUT IN THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 40S
SOUTHWEST.

THERE IS A CHANCE OF SOME LIGHT SNOW FRIDAY NIGHT AND MOVES EAST
EARLY SATURDAY...AND ANOTHER WEAK WEATHER SYSTEM MOVES THROUGH
SATURDAY NIGHT AND EARLY SUNDAY.  ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED THROUGH MOST OF NEXT WEEK. HIGHS ARE FORECAST TO WARM
THROUGH THE 30S AND SOME LOWER 40S THIS WEEKEND...AND THROUGH THE
40S AND SOME LOWER 50S MONDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY. NO BIG STORMS ARE
IN SIGHT AND MOST OF NEXT WEEK IS LOOKING DRY.

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