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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
335 AM CST Thu Feb 15 2018

Clouds and some light snow developed over the north during the
night. Partly cloudy conditions were found to the south. Early
morning temperatures ranged from the teens to the northwest and the
lower 30s south.

A cold front was dropping into southern Minnesota early this
morning. This front is forecast to exit to the south of Minnesota
alter this morning. This will usher in colder air during the day
across the state along with some light snow or flurries.
Temperatures are expected to remain in the single digits to the far
north and will top out in the mid 30s to the southeast before the
colder air arrives.

The clouds and any remaining light snow or flurries should exit the
south during the evening with a clearing sky expected. High pressure
will build southeast over the region bringing the below zero lows to
most of the state tonight.

More sunshine and cold temepratures will remain for Friday across
the area. A more potent storm system may be in the offing Sunday
into Monday as a storm system is expected to move across the central
portion of the United States. Stay tuned.

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