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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
345 AM CST WED JAN 28 2015

LOW CLOUDS COVERED ALL BUT THE FAR SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE STATE
THIS MORNING.  SOME FLURRIES WERE NOTED IN THE FAR NORTHEAST CORNER.
TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING RANGED FROM THE MID 20S TO MID 30S.

THE LOW CLOUDS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN OVER MOST THE STATE TODAY...AS
A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM DEVELOPS TO THE SOUTHWEST OF THE AREA.  SOME
SHINE MAY OCCUR TO THE SOUTHWEST DURING THE MORNING...AND COULD BUMP
TEMPERATURES INTO THE LOWER 40S. ELSEWHERE...UNDER THE
CLOUDS...HIGHS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THE 30S.

OVERNIGHT... THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL MOVE EAST...ALLOWING A
COLD FRONT TO DROP SOUTHEAST ACROSS MINNESOTA.  THIS WILL SPREAD A
CHANCE OF LIGHT DRIZZLE...FREEZING DRIZZLE OR LIGHT SNOW OVER THE
REGION.  ANY ACCUMULATION WILL REMAIN ON THE LIGHT SIDE.  STRONG
NORTHWEST WINDS WILL DEVELOP BEHIND THE COLD FRONT...WITH SOME GUTS
NEAR 40 MPH POSSIBLE IN THE SOUTHWEST AFTER MIDNIGHT.  TEMPERATURES
WILL DROP TO NEAR 10 ABOVE ZERO NORTHWEST AND REMAIN IN THE 20S
SOUTHEAST.

CLOUDS WILL GRADUALLY BREAK UP SOME THURSDAY WITH WINDS DIMINISHING
AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES EAST.  AFTERNOON HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED TO TOP OUT IN THE TEENS NORTHWEST TO SOME LOWER 30S
SOUTH.

THE COLDER AIR WILL REMAIN OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA THROUGH THE REST
OF THE WEEK...WITH THE ARCTIC AIR DROPPING SOUTH OVER ALL OF
MINNESOTA ON SUNDAY.

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