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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
421 AM CDT FRI MAR 20 2015

TODAY MAY BE THE FIRST DAY OF SPRING...BUT THE WEATHER OVER THE NEXT
WEEK WILL REMIND US THAT WE ARE STILL NOT TO FAR REMOVED FROM
WINTER.

TODAY WILL SEE A NARROW BAND OF RAIN AND SNOW WORK ACROSS THE
NORTH...WITH A SLUSHY 1 TO 3 INCHES OF SNOW POSSIBLE ALONG THE US-2
CORRIDOR. OF COURSE WHILE THAT IS GOING ON...BREEZY SOUTHWEST WINDS
AND MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES WILL SEND HIGHS THIS AFTERNOON TO NEAR 70 IN
THE SOUTHWEST.

TONIGHT...A STRONG COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP THROUGH THE STATE...
BRINGING US BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES THAT WILL STICK WITH US
THROUGH NEXT WEEK. WITH THOSE COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL COME SOME OF
THE BEST CHANCES AT PRECIPITATION WE HAVE SEEN SINCE THE BEGINNING
OF THE MONTH WITH SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOW POSSIBLE SUNDAY INTO
SUNDAY NIGHT FROM WEST CENTRAL INTO SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...FOLLOWED
BY ADDITIONAL RAIN AND SNOW CHANCES MID WEEK AND AGAIN NEXT WEEKEND.

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