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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1136 AM CST THU FEB 4 2016

A BAND OF SNOW MOVED WEST TO EAST THROUGH THE STATE THIS MORNING.
LESS THAN ONE INCH OF NEW SNOW WAS COMMON ACROSS THE NORTH WHILE
1 TO 4 INCHES WAS REPORTED FROM ALEXANDRIA TO ST. CLOUD AND POINTS
EAST. MORNING TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED INTO THE MIDDLE 20S IN WEST
CENTRAL MINNESOTA WHILE -13 WAS REPORTED AT THE GRAND MARAIS
AIRPORT.

TEMPERATURES AT 1100AM RANGED FROM THE TEENS NORTH TO THE MIDDLE
20S IN THE SOUTHWEST. AT 1100AM VISIBLE SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED
THIN CLOUD COVER OVER THE NORTHWEST HALF OF THE STATE WHILE
OVERCAST SKIES WERE COMMON OVER THE SOUTHEAST. LIGHT SNOW WAS
BEING REPORTED AT MANY STATIONS ACROSS THE STATE.

EXPECT HIGH TEMPERATURES HOVERING IN THE LOWER TO MIDDLE 20S FOR
MOST AREAS OF MINNESOTA AND LOWS DROPPING INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS.
LIGHT SNOW ON FRIDAY COULD BRING AN ADDITIONAL DUSTING TO ONE INCH
OF NEW SNOW. HIGH TEMPERATURES REACH THE MID 20S TO LOWER 30S.

THE NEXT CHANCE FOR ACCUMULATING SNOW APPEARS ON SATURDAY NIGHT
INTO MONDAY MORNING WHEN A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM PASSES OVER THE
STATE. COLDER TEMPERATURES WILL FOLLOW BEHIND THE LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM WITH NORTHERLY FLOW DROPPING TEMPS TO NEAR ZERO BY MONDAY
MORNING FOR THE NORTHERN TIER. SUBZERO TEMPERATURES ARE POSSIBLE
ON TUESDAY MORNING ACROSS THE SOUTH. STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS WILL
CREATE VERY COLD WINDCHILL VALUES DURING THE BEGINNING OF NEXT
WEEK.



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