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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
330 AM CST SUN FEB 26 2017

Some snow moved across parts of central and northern Minnesota
overnight.  Some areas into central Minnesota saw 2 to 4 inches of
snow. Clouds were common elsewhere...with early morning temepratures
in the single digits to the far northwest and in the upper 20s in
parts of the south.

A cold front over central Minnesota this morning will drop south
into southern Minnesota by this evening. It will be the focus for
more light snow...which is expected to affect the state today. High
temepratures are expected to remain on the cool side with teens and
lower 20s to the north and some lower and middle 30s in the south.

Another storms system will develop over the plains and lift
northeast over the great lakes Tuesday and Wednesday.  This will
help spread rain and snow across the state during this period.  Some
accumulating snow is possible across parts of the north...with rain
changing to snow a possibility to the south.

The weather pattern will remain unsettled through the coming
week...with a warming trend expected into next weekend.

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