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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
630 AM CST MON DEC 5 2016

A cold front will swing across the region through tonight, causing
well above normal temperatures in southern Minnesota ahead of it and
accumulating snowfall over northwestern Minnesota behind it.
However, most significant will be the strong surge of arctic air
across the region which will bring below normal temperatures
starting on Wednesday and lasting through the end of the week.

Highs today will range from the lower 30s near the international
border to the lower to middle 40s along the Iowa border. For
Tuesday, temperatures will not escape the 20s during the day and
will continue to drop going through midweek.

Highs will drop into the teens by Wednesday with lows in some
portions plummeting into the single digits. With breezier conditions
expected for the latter half of the week, wind chill values will
drop to between zero and 10 degrees below zero from Wednesday
through the rest of the week.

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