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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
300 AM CST Wed Nov 22 2017

The sky cleared overnight. With light winds temperatures were able
to drop off to the single digits to the north and the teens to the
south.

A low pressure system is forecast to move across the Dakotas into
Minnesota during the afternoon. This will spread clouds east across
the state today. Mostly cloudy conditions should result for most of
the state around noon with some light snow developing over the
north. High are expected to warm through the 20s north and 30s
south.

The weather system will exit the state tonight and take the clouds
and light snow with it. Lows tonight are expected to range in the
teens north to some mid 20s south.

Thanksgiving Day looks mild and dry with plenty of sunshine.
Afternoon highs are expected to range in the upper 20s northeast to
the upper 40s southwest.

Much warmer conditions will build across the region Thursday night
into Friday as a Pacific warm front moves through. This should
provide highs in the 40s north and some mid 50s to the south. Along
with the warmer air, a chance of rain is expected as a cold front
moves across the area into Friday night.

Cooler weather is forecast for the weekend but it should remain dry.

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