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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CDT THU APR 27 2017

Some light snow remained to the north and areas of light drizzle and
snow flurries were found over the south. Early morning temperatures
ranged from the teens northeast to the mid 30s to the southeast.

An area of low pressure will lift north over the Great Lakes region
today and tonight and will continue the threat of light snow to the
north and the light drizzle and flurries to the south today. Highs
will move little with the abundant cloud cover expected. Highs
should remain in the lower 30s north to the mid 40s south.

Clearing is expected to the southwest overnight as high pressure
moves in. Clouds are expect to remain to the northeast. Some frost
will be possible along some freezing temperatures over the region.
Lows will range from the teens northeast to lower 30s south.

Friday and most of Saturday look to be dry along with moderating
temperatures. Highs in the 50s will be common on Saturday.

Sunday and Monday...a strong Spring storm system is expected to
develop over the mid Mississippi River valley and lift northeast
toward the western Great Lakes region by Monday afternoon.  This
will spread rain over the east and south Sunday...which could change
over to heavy wet snow Sunday night and linger into Monday.
Temperatures will remain below normal through much of the coming
week.

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