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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE CHANHASSEN MN
450 AM CST SAT FEB 21 2015

ITS BACK INTO THE FREEZER FOR THE WEEKEND AS A COLD FRONT CLEARED
THE STATE OVERNIGHT. TEMPERATURES WILL SLOWLY FALL THROUGH THE DAY
AND THEN TANK TONIGHT AS YET ANOTHER ARCTIC HIGH MOVES INTO THE
NORTHERN PLAINS. BY SUNDAY MORNING...TEMPERATURES WILL BE DOWN
BETWEEN 25 AND 30 DEGREES BELOW ZERO ACROSS THE NORTH AND 5 TO 10
BELOW ZERO ACROSS THE SOUTH. MAKING THINGS EVEN WORSE IS WINDS WILL
BE UP TO BETWEEN 5 AND 15 MPH...WHICH WILL MAKE IT FEEL MORE LIKE 40
TO 50 BELOW ACROSS THE NORTH AND 30 TO 40 BELOW ACROSS THE SOUTH.
SUNDAY WILL BE ONE OF THE COLDEST DAYS OF THE WINTER AS WELL...WITH
HIGHS STRUGGLING TO GET ABOUT ZERO IN THE SOUTH AND STRUGGLING FOR
10 BELOW ZERO ACROSS THE NORTH.

WE WILL SEE ANOTHER MINOR WARMUP MONDAY INTO TUESDAY...BUT ANOTHER
COLD HIGH WILL TAKE HOLD FOR THE SECOND HALF OF NEXT WEEK...IN FACT
THERE ARE NO SIGNS OF ANY WARMER AIR MAKING IT INTO THE STATE
THROUGH THE FIRST WEEK OF MARCH. BESIDE THE COLD...THE DRY PATTERN
LOOKS REMAIN AS WELL...WITH THE ONLY CHANCE FOR SNOW OVER THE NEXT
WEEK COMING TO THE NORTHEAST MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY.

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