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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CST FRI FEB 12 2016

BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS AND MAINLY CLEAR SKIES WERE COMMON OVER
MINNESOTA AT THE TIME OF SUNRISE THIS MORNING. WIND CHILL VALUES
WERE NEAR -35 DEGREES IN THE NORTHWEST WITH -10 TO -20 COMMON
ELSEWHERE.

COLD CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING SOUTHEAST OVER THE STATE
THIS MORNING AND WILL MAINTAIN THE HOLD ON OUR WEATHER THROUGH
SATURDAY. WINDS WILL CONTINUE TODAY WITH HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGING
FROM THE 5 BELOW ZERO NORTH TO 10 ABOVE IN THE SOUTH.

THE HIGH PRESSURE RIDGE WILL DROP SOUTHEAST OVER THE AREA
TONIGHT. THIS WILL LIGHTEN THE WINDS MOST AREAS AND WITH A CLEAR
SKY...LOW TEMPERATURES WILL TUMBLE WELL BELOW ZERO. LOWS WILL
RANGE FROM 30 BELOW ZERO NORTHEAST TO 10 BELOW SOUTH.

THE NEXT WEATHER SYSTEM WILL APPROACH THE WEST BY SATURDAY
EVENING SPREADING SNOW OVER THE STATE SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY
NIGHT. SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW A RE LIKELY OVER MUCH OF CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA BY MONDAY MORNING. ALONG WITH THE SNOW...WILL
COME WARMER AIR...WITH READINGS TOPPING OUT NEAR FREEZING BY
MONDAY.


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