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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
430 AM CST Sun Jan 21 2018

Mostly cloudy skies prevailed overnight as temperatures ranged from
the middle teens up north to the lower 30s near the Iowa border.
Clouds will continue to increase today in advance of a potent winter
storm expected to impact mainly the southern half of the state
tonight through Monday. Highs this afternoon will range from the
middle 20s to the middle 30s.

Snow will develop over southern portions of the state late this
evening then increase in coverage and intensity overnight through
daybreak Monday morning, especially to the south and southwest of
the Twin Cities metro. Snow and blowing snow will persist through
much of the day on Monday, with possibly some rain and freezing rain
early on close to the Iowa border. The snow will wind down Monday
evening with snowfall amounts of up to a foot from southwest
Minnesota to around the Red Wing area, with the Twin Cities metro
having a wide range from northwest to southeast. North of a Hinckley
to St. Cloud to Montevideo line will see little to no snow. Highs on
Monday will run slightly cooler, ranging from the lower 20s to the
lower 30s.

Conditions will gradually improve late Monday night through Tuesday
as the system exits to the northeast and weak high pressure settles
in through the middle of the week. High temperatures will run in the
teens and 20s Tuesday and Wednesday before another warming trend is
expected for late week.

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