Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
430 AM CST SAT NOV 21 2014

TODAY WE GET A BREAK FROM THE RECENT COLD SNAP...SO GET OUT AND
ENJOY IT IF YOU CAN. WEAK HIGH PRESSURE OVER THE AREA WILL GIVE WAY
TO A DEVELOPING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER ALBERTA. AS THIS LOW TRACKS
TO THE EAST A MILD SOUTH WIND WILL FRESHEN DURING THE DAY. HIGH
TEMPERATURES WILL REACH THE 40 DEGREE MARK IN MANY AREAS.

BUT THE WARMUP WILL BE SHORT LIVED...AS A COMPLEX STORM TAKES SHAPE
OVER SOUTHERN MANITOBA SUNDAY. AS THIS STORM WRAPS UP IT WILL SPREAD
A WINTRY MIX OF SNOW...SLEET AND MAYBE SOME FREEZING RAIN TO THE
REGION EARLY SUNDAY. THEN AS THE STORM INTENSIFIES OVER SOUTHWEST
ONTARIO SUNDAY NIGHT...MUCH COLDER AIR AND SNOW WILL MOVE BACK INTO
THE AREA.

MONDAY MORNING MAY BE MESSY BUT CONDITIONS SHOULD IMPROVE QUICKLY AS
HIGH PRESSURE SETTLES IN. THE HOLIDAY WEEK WILL SEE PERIODIC
CHANCES FOR LIGHT SNOW AND MUCH COLDER TEMPERATURES AGAIN.

IF YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS NEXT WEEK...BE SURE TO KEEP UP ON THE
LATEST FORECAST.

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EWENS














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