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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CST MON DEC 15 2014

EARLY THIS MORNING A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM LIFTING NORTH OUT OF KANSAS
HAS SPREAD A LARGE PRECIPITATION SHIELD THROUGH
NEBRASKA...IOWA...AND EASTERN SOUTH DAKOTA. ALMOST THE ENTIRE STATE
REMAINED ABOVE FREEZING EXCEPT FOR THE NORTHWESTERN CORNER AS THE
COLD FRONT HAS TURNED WINDS NORTHWESTERLY THERE. MUCH OF EASTERN AND
SOUTHERN MN TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MID 30S TO ABOUT 50 DEGREES.

THE FRONT WILL CONTINUE EASTWARD AS THE LOW LIFTS NORTHEAST THROUGH
IOWA AND WISCONSIN TODAY AND TONIGHT. IT WILL BRING A MIXED BAG OF
WINTER PRECIPITATION TO WESTERN MINNESOTA THROUGH THE MORNING BEFORE
CHANGING TO SNOW. IN EASTERN MINNESOTA...THE RAIN WILL TURN TO A MIX
THIS AFTERNOON...WITH PRECIPITATION TRANSITIONING TO SNOW IN THE
EVENING HOURS ON MONDAY. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS WILL BE ON THE MODERATE
SIDE... WITH 1-4 INCHES GENERALLY EXPECTED DEPENDING ON YOUR
SPECIFIC LOCATION. PLEASE VISIT WEATHER DOT GOV FOR THE LATEST
INFORMATION.

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