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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
423 AM CDT THU APR 17 2014

THE SNOW AND RAIN HAS COME TO AN END ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE EARLY
THIS MORNING...WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SNOW STILL FALLING ALONG THE
NORTH SHORE...INCLUDING IN DULUTH.  LIGHT RAINFALL WAS BEING
OBSERVED IN THE EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF THE STATE. SEVERAL
REPORTS IN EXCESSES OF ONE FOOT OF SNOW WERE MADE FROM EAST CENTRAL
MINNESOTA THROUGH NORTHWESTERN WISCONSIN. THE HEAVIEST REPORTS SO
FAR HAVE BEEN ABOUT 30 TO 50 MILES NORTH OF THE TWIN CITIES WHERE 16
TO 19 INCHES OF SNOW FELL.

FOR TODAY...MUCH BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE. STRONG
WINDS...ESPECIALLY ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA THIS MORNING WILL BEGIN
TO WEAKEN DURING THE DAY AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE SNOW MOVES EAST AND WEAKENS. PESKY LOW LEVEL CLOUDS WILL LINGER
THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY FROM SOUTHERN MINNESOTA THROUGH EASTERN AND
NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. WESTERN AND NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA WILL
REMAIN MOSTLY CLEAR. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 30S
TO MID 40S TODAY. LOOKING AHEAD...A GENERAL WARMING TREND IS
EXPECTED...ESPECIALLY THIS WEEKEND WHEN TEMPERATURES MAKE A RUN AT
NEAR NORMAL NUMBERS.

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