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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
940 PM CDT SAT MAR 28 2015

THIS EVENING A DEVELOPING LOW WAS LOCATED IN CENTRAL NORTH
DAKOTA. SOUTHWEST OF THE LOW A COLD FRONT EXTENDED TO CENTRAL
UTAH. BOTH THE LOW AND THE FRONT WILL MOVE EASTWARDS...AND BY LATE
TOMORROW EVENING THE LOW WILL BE LOCATED IN FAR NORTHEASTERN
ONTARIO. THE FRONT WILL EXTEND SOUTHWESTWARDS FROM THE LOW TO
NORTHERN ARKANSAS. AS A RESULT RAIN WILL SPREAD FROM WEST TO EAST
TONIGHT THROUGHOUT THE UPPER MIDWEST. A WINTRY MIX IS POSSIBLE AT
TIMES IN NORTHEAST MINNESOTA AND NORTHWEST WISCONSIN. LITTLE TO NO
ICE OR SNOW ACCUMULATION IS EXPECTED...HOWEVER MINOR ACCUMULATION
IS POSSIBLE IN THE TIP OF THE ARROWHEAD. LOWS RANGE FROM THE MID
30S TO MID 40S IN THE EASTERN DAKOTAS...WHILE LOWS RANGE FROM THE
MID TO UPPER 20S FROM UPPER MICHIGAN SOUTH TO SOUTHERN WISCONSIN.

SUNDAY...ALL LOCATIONS EXCEPT FOR UPPER MICHIGAN AND NORTHEAST
WISCONSIN WILL SEE ANY WINTRY PRECIPITATION CHANGE OVER TO
RAIN...LATE IN THE MORNING. PRECIPITATION WILL END FROM WEST TO
EAST AS THE DAY PROGRESSES. HIGHS RANGE FROM THE 50S TO 60S IN THE
EASTERN DAKOTAS. ELSEWHERE READINGS RANGE FROM THE 40S TO 50S.

SKIES WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLEAR SUNDAY NIGHT. LOWS IN
THE 30S THROUGHOUT THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES.

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