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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
330 AM CST Sat Feb 17 2018

Clouds increased rapidly after midnight across the state. Snow
developed into the southwest early this morning. Temperatures ranged
from the single digits northwest to the mid 20s southwest.

A weather system will move rapidly eat across the state today. This
will bring some light snow to mainly the southern portion of the
state during the morning. A cold front will move east and exit the
area this afternoon. Clouds should gradually clear from west to
east.

Later tonight, another low pressure system will approach the state
from the Dakotas. This will spread more clouds and a chance of snow
to the central and north late tonight.

Accumulating snow will be likely across the central and north
Sunday, with a small threat of light freezing rain or freezing
drizzle to the south. Temperatures will warm through the 20s north
and perhaps into the lower 40s south.

Snow chances will continue through Tuesday as another low pressure
system travels mainly south of Minnesota. Accumulating snow looks
like along with a possible mix across the far south.


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