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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
415 AM CST WED DEC 18 2014

CLOUD COVER AND FLURRIES CONTINUED THIS MORNING ACROSS EASTERN
MINNESOTA...WITH MUCH OF THE REST OF THE STATE SEEING PARTLY CLOUDY
TO CLEAR SKIES. THE NORTHEAST SAW NUMEROUS SUB ZERO TEMPERATURES
OVERNIGHT...BUT ANY LOCATION THAT IS EXPERIENCING INCREASING CLOUD
COVER HAS WARMED SEVERAL DEGREES.  ELY WAS -6 EARLIER BUT VERY
QUICKLY WARMED TO ZERO WHEN THE CLOUDS ARRIVED. GENERALLY...CLEAR
AREAS SAW TEMPERATURES IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE OR BELOW
ZERO...WHERE CLOUDY AREAS HAVE HELD IN THE TEENS FOR THE OVERNIGHT
PERIOD.

FOR TODAY...SEASONAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED WITH INCREASING
CLOUDINESS FROM THE WEST. FLURRIES REMAIN POSSIBLE EAST THROUGH THE
MORNING. WINDS WILL BE GENERALLY LIGHT AND BECOME SOUTHERLY THIS
EVENING.

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