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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
417 AM CST THU FEB 4 2016

CLOUDS HAVE OVERSPREAD THE STATE OF MINNESOTA EARLY THIS
MORNING...BUT TEMPERATURES PLUMMETED IN EASTERN PORTIONS OF THE
STATE UNDER THE CLEAR SKIES BEFORE THE CLOUDS ARRIVED. TEMPERATURES
IN THE ARROWHEAD EARLY THIS MORNING WERE AROUND 10 BELOW ZERO.

A FAST-MOVING CLIPPER WILL CONTINUE MOVING SOUTHEAST THROUGH THE
STATE TODAY. LIGHT SNOW WILL AFFECT THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE
DURING THE DAY...WITH TOTAL SNOW ACCUMULATION STATEWIDE OF LESS THAN
TWO INCHES. WEAK HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD BEHIND THE DEPARTING LOW
LEADING TO INCREASING SUNSHINE BY AFTERNOON IN THE WEST...AND
CLEARING IN THE EAST DURING THE EVENING. TEMPERATURES WILL REACH THE
UPPER TEENS NORTHWEST...AND THE UPPER 20S CENTRAL AND SOUTH.

ANOTHER AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL MOVE THROUGH THE STATE ON FRIDAY
AFTERNOON THROUGH SATURDAY MORNING RESULTING IN ANOTHER ROUND OF
LIGHT SNOW. A SLIGHTLY STRONGER STORM IS ON TAP FOR THE SUNDAY
AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY TIME PERIOD WHICH COULD BRING UP TO 4
INCHES OF SNOW TO THE STATE...WITH THE HIGHEST AMOUNTS IN THE NORTH.

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