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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1134 AM CST MON FEB 1 2016

LOW CLOUDS HAD SPREAD OVER MUCH ON MINNESOTA A WITH FOG REPORTED
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. A FEW FLURRIES WERE
REPORTED THROUGH 1100AM. TEMPERATURES AT 1100AM WERE GENERALLY IN
THE UPPER 20S.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD INTO SOUTHERN CANADA AND NORTHERN
MINNESOTA TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. MEANWHILE...TO THE SOUTHWEST...A
STRONG WINTER STORM WILL BUILD AND SPREAD SNOW FROM THE COLORADO
ROCKIES THROUGH THE UPPER PENINSULA MICHIGAN. THIS STORM WILL
IMPACT IOWA EARLY TUESDAY AND PUSH SNOW INTO SOUTHERN WISCONSIN BY
TUESDAY AROUND SUNRISE. AT THIS TIME THE HEAVIEST SNOW WILL FALL
WITHIN A 100 MILE WIDE SWATH CENTERED FROM SIOUX CITY IOWA
THROUGH LACROSSE WISCONSIN AND NORTH OF GREEN BAY. HIGH PRESSURE
WILL KEEP HEAVY SNOW AWAY FROM THE NORTHWEST TWO THIRDS OF
MINNESOTA.

TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL DROP INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS ACROSS
NORTHERN MINNESOTA AND REMAIN IN THE 20S ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.
HIGHS ON TUESDAY REMAIN IN THE TEENS NORTHWEST AND MID 20S
ELSEWHERE. ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES WILL MOVE BACK TOWARDS
NORMAL. EXPECT A COOL DOWN THIS WEEK WITH THE COOLEST
TEMPERATURES OF THE WEEK EXPECTED THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.



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