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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
432 AM CST TUE FEB 24 2015

A BLANKET OF LOW CLOUDS OVERSPREAD MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT...WHILE AREAS
OF SNOW DEVELOPED ACROSS THE NORTH. THE EXTENSIVE CLOUD COVER AND A
WARM FRONT THAT WAS STRETCHED ACROSS THE STATE RESULTED IN A STEADY
TO RISING TEMPERATURE TREND. BY DAYBREAK...READINGS MOSTLY RANGED
FROM 20 TO 30 DEGREES.

BRISK NORTHWEST WINDS WILL PREVAIL TODAY...WITH SNOW EXPANDING SOUTH
AND EAST ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA INTO WISCONSIN.
ACCUMULATIONS OF A DUSTING TO AROUND ONE INCH ARE EXPECTED. ALTHOUGH
CLOUDS WILL SCATTER OUT THIS AFTERNOON...TEMPERATURES WILL SLOWLY
FALL.

A VERY COLD LATE FEBRUARY NIGHT IS IN STORE FOR THE NORTH...WHERE
LOWS WILL DROP TO BETWEEN 15 BELOW AND 20 BELOW. SLIGHTLY WARMER
LOWS ARE EXPECT TO THE SOUTH...WITH READINGS RANGING FROM AROUND
ZERO ALONG THE INTERSTATE 94 CORRIDOR...TO BETWEEN 5 ABOVE AND 10
ABOVE NEAR THE IOWA BORDER. SNOW IS LIKELY IN THE SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN
BELOW NORMAL THROUGH THE WEEK.



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