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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1108 AM CST SUN FEB 1 2015

SKIES WERE CLEAR OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF MINNESOTA LATE THIS
MORNING. CLOUDS COVERED THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE WITH LIGHT
SNOW BEING REPORTED IN THE FAR SOUTH. TEMPERATURES AT 11 AM RANGED
FROM 17 DEGREES BELOW ZERO AT FLAG ISLAND TO 16 DEGREES AT WINONA.

THE SNOW WILL TAPER OFF THIS AFTERNOON...WITH STORM TOTAL
ACCUMULATIONS OF 3 TO 6 INCHES OVER THE FAR SOUTH. FARTHER
NORTH...ONLY A LIGHT DUSTING IS EXPECTED NORTH OF THE MINNESOTA
RIVER...WITH ONLY FLURRIES EXPECTED IN CENTRAL MINNESOTA. HIGH
PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FROM THE NORTHERN PLAINS TONIGHT ENDING THE
SNOW. A WEAK WEATHER DISTURBANCE WILL TRACK ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL
BORDER ON MONDAY NIGHT THAT WILL BRING A CHANCE OF LIGHT SNOW
SHOWERS TO MAINLY NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE.

TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 5 BELOW ZERO
NORTHWEST TO THE MID TEENS SOUTHEAST. SUB-ZERO LOWS WILL OCCUR
NEARLY STATEWIDE TONIGHT. HIGH TEMPERATURES ON MONDAY WILL RANGE
FROM AROUND 10 DEGREES NORTH TO THE TEENS SOUTH. LOWS ON MONDAY
NIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO NORTH TO THE
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTH. GRADUALLY WARMING TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED INTO MID WEEK...WITH READINGS WELL INTO THE 20S AND 30S FOR
LATE NEXT WEEK AND INTO THE WEEKEND.

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