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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1115 AM CST THU NOV 20 2014

IT WAS A COLD AND CLEAR MORNING ACROSS MINNESOTA AS HIGH PRESSURE
SLOWLY BUILT IN FROM THE WEST. MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM NEAR 0
ACROSS THE NORTH... TO NEAR 10 ACROSS THE SOUTH. SOME LIGHT SNOW
FELL AFTER MIDNIGHT... BUT THE FLURRIES HAVE SINCE DIMINISHED.

EXPECT A COLD DAY TODAY AND ANOTHER COLD NIGHT WITH NORTHWEST
FLOW IN PLACE ON THE EASTERN SIDE OF THE HIGH PRESSURE... BUT A
WARM UP IS IN STORE ON FRIDAY AS THE WINDS SWITCH TO THE
SOUTHWEST. TEMPERATURES MAY RISE ABOVE FREEZING STATEWIDE THIS
WEEKEND... BUT A NEW STORM SYSTEM WILL BEGIN TO APPROACH THE STATE
SUNDAY AND INTO MONDAY. THE POSSIBILITY OF SIGNIFICANT SNOWFALL
EXISTS WITH THIS SYSTEM MAINLY FOR EASTERN MINNESOTA... AND MIXED
TYPES OF WINTER PRECIPITATION MAY FALL AT THE BEGINNING OF THE
EVENT BEFORE SWITCHING OVER TO SNOW. STAY TUNED AS THE FORECAST
EVOLVES.


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MCLOVIN




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