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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1143 AM CDT SAT MAR 28 2015

LATE SATURDAY MORNING... BROAD HIGH PRESSURE WAS CENTERED ACROSS
SOUTHERN LAKE HURON... WITH A LOW PRESSURE MOVING SOUTHEAST ACROSS
SASKATCHEWAN. A SLOW MOVING FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS LOCATED ACROSS
THE WESTERN DAKOTAS. SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLEAR ACROSS MINNESOTA.
MORNING LOWS WERE COLDER THAN AVERAGE... WITH SINGLE DIGITS AND
TEENS ACROSS THE NORTH AND 20S ACROSS THE SOUTH.

SLIGHTLY WARMER AIR WILL SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE TODAY WITH 40S FOR
HIGHS FOR THE FIRST TIME IN ABOUT A WEEK. THE WIND...HOWEVER...WILL
BE BREEZY AND IT WILL FEEL A LITTLE BIT COOLER THAN WHAT THE
THERMOMETER READS. SUNDAY WILL BE A BIT WARMER THAN TODAY...BUT IT
WILL ALSO FEATURE MORE CLOUD COVER...A PERIOD OF LIGHT
RAIN...POSSIBLY MIXED WITH SNOW...AND WINDY CONDITIONS. THE
PRECIPITATION WILL START TOMORROW EVENING AS THE LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM DIVES OUT OF CANADA AND APPROACHES THE NORTHLAND.

NEXT WEEK WILL SEE A COUPLE OF CHANCES FOR RAIN AND SNOW MONDAY AND
AGAIN WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL START THE WEEK AROUND NORMAL BUT
TREND TOWARD COOLER WEATHER AGAIN DURING THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEK.

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MCLOVIN





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