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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1154 AM CST TUE FEB 9 2016

WEATHER CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF SUNRISE RANGED FROM CLOUDY IN
THE NORTH AND EAST WHILE CLEAR SKIES WERE COMMON WEST.
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE AND BELOW ZERO.
STRONG NORTHERLY WINDS MADE TEMPERATURES FEEL LIKE 10 TO 20
DEGREES BELOW ZERO. BY 1100AM CLOUDS HAD CLEARED ACROSS THE STATE
HOWEVER LOW CLOUDS WERE SPREADING SOUTH ALONG THE MINNESOTA DAKOTA
BORDER.

WINDS WILL REMAIN BRISK FROM THE NORTH AND NORTHWEST TODAY BEFORE
DIMINISHING OVERNIGHT. TEMPERATURES WILL FALL BELOW ZERO
OVERNIGHT WITH SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ACROSS THE SOUTH AND NEAR 30
BELOW IN THE NORTHEAST. LIGHT SNOW IS POSSIBLE FOR AREAS ALONG
THE MINNESOTA...DAKOTA BORDER THROUGH WEDNESDAY.

SURFACE HIGH PRESSURE WILL BE THE MAIN WEATHER FEATURE AFFECTING
MINNESOTA THIS WEEK. EXPECT BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND
RELATIVELY DRY CONDITIONS. AT THIS TIME WEATHER MODELS INDICATE
THAT SATURDAY WILL BE THE COLDEST DAY OF THE WEEK.






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