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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1142 AM CDT FRI MAR 27 2015

LATE FRIDAY MORNING... A BROAD RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE EXTENDED
FROM LAKE SUPERIOR TO THE CENTRAL PLAINS. A FRONTAL BOUNDARY WAS
MOVING INTO THE WESTERN DAKOTAS... AND CLOUDS AHEAD OF IT WERE
MOVING INTO WESTERN MINNESOTA. MORNING LOWS WERE BELOW AVERAGE DUE
TO RADIATIONAL COOLING DUE TO THE CLEAR SKIES... AND RANGED FROM
THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ACROSS THE ARROWHEAD TO THE UPPER TEENS IN
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.

THE HIGH WILL DOMINATE OUR WEATHER TODAY WITH SUNNY SKIES AND
RELATIVELY CHILLY TEMPERATURES WITH HIGHS ONLY IN THE 30S.... AND
UPPER 20S ACROSS THE ARROWHEAD. CLOUDS WILL BEGIN TO MOVE INTO THE STATE
FROM THE WEST LATE THIS AFTERNOON AS THE HIGH PRESSURE MOVES OFF
TO THE SOUTHEAST.

THIS WEEKEND WILL FEATURE THE PASSAGE OF ANOTHER COLD FRONT. HOWEVER
THIS FRONT HAS A WARMER PACIFIC ORIGIN RATHER THAN THE COLDER ARCTIC
ORIGIN AND THIS WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO WARM UP INTO THE 40S AND
50S. IT WILL ALSO BRING STRONG WINDS IN ITS WAKE SUNDAY WITH WIND
GUSTS UP AROUND 40 MPH ARE LOOKING POSSIBLE.

NEXT WEEK WILL SEE A COUPLE OF CHANCES FOR RAIN AND SNOW MONDAY AND
AGAIN WEDNESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL START THE WEEK AROUND NORMAL BUT
TREND TOWARD COOLER WEATHER AGAIN DURING THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEK.

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MCLOVIN




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