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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1153 AM CST MON JAN 19 2015

AN ALBERTA CLIPPER MOVED THROUGH NORTHEAST NORTH DAKOTA EARLY THIS
MORNING...TRACKING SOUTHEAST ACROSS MINNESOTA.  THIS WEATHER
FEATURE BROUGHT LIGHT SNOW TO THE TWIN CITIES AND EAST INTO THE
ST. CROIX AND MISSISSIPPI RIVER VALLEYS THROUGH 1100AM. NEW SNOW
ACCUMULATIONS HAVE BEEN LIGHT BUT SOME REPORTS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES
WERE NOTED BETWEEN ST. CLOUD AND LAKE MILLE LACS.

TEMPERATURES AT 1100AM RANGED FROM 10 DEGREES ON THE INTERNATIONAL
BORDER TO 41 ACROSS THE SOUTHERN TIER. ABOVE NORMAL OVERNIGHT...LOWS
WILL RANGE FROM THE TEENS TO THE 20S. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN
RELATIVELY STEADY THIS WEEK WITH HIGHS NEAR 30 DEGREES.

SEVERAL WEAK WEATHER SYSTEMS WILL MOVE THROUGH THE REGION FROM THE
WINNEPEG LAKES REGION DURING THIS WEEK.  EXPECT PERIODS OF LIGHT
SNOW AS THESE WAVES OF ENERGY TRAVERSE ACROSS THE STATE. THE NEXT
CHANCE FOR SNOW LOOKS TO IMPACT THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE
TUESDAY EVENING.


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