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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
300 AM CST FRI FEB 27 2015

CLEAR AND COLD CONDITIONS WERE FOUND ACROSS THE STATE ONCE AGAIN
THIS MORNING. EARLY MORNING READINGS RANGED FROM 24 BELOW ZERO AT
CRANE LAKE IN THE FAR NORTHEAST TO AROUND ZERO IN THE METRO.

THE ARCTIC HIGH RESPONSIBLE FOR THE COLD READINGS WAS POSITIONED OVER
THE EASTERN DAKOTAS AND WILL GRADUALLY DROPS SOUTHEAST INTO TONIGHT.
 THIS WILL PROVIDE PLENTY OF SUNSHINE AND LIGHTER WINDS TODAY.  AS
THE WINDS TURN MORE SOUTHERLY OVER THE REGION TONIGHT...TEMPERATURES
WILL SLOWLY BOTTOM OUT OVER THE WEST...BUT WILL DROP BELOW ZERO
ACROSS MOST OF THE AREA ONCE AGAIN.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE SATURDAY BUT DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED.
HIGHS SHOULD TOP OUT IN THE UPPER TEENS TO MID 20S.  A BIT OF LIGHT
SNOW IS POSSIBLE IN THE NORTHEAST AND SOUTHEAST AS WARMER CONDITIONS
TRY AND BUILD OVER THE REGION.  THE THREAT OF MORE ACCUMULATING SNOW
RETURNS TO PORTIONS OF THE STATE MONDAY NIGHT AND TUESDAY. THE
HIGHEST CHANCE OF ACCUMULATING SNOW APPEARS TO FALL  ACROSS
SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA AS THE STORM MOVES SOUTH OF THE AREA AND A
REINFORCING SHOT OF ARCTIC AIR RETURNS TO THE STATE.

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