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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
410 AM CST FRI JAN 30 2015

AN AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE DOMINATED THE STATE OVERNIGHT WITH LIGHT
AND VARIABLE WINDS. A FAST MOVING WEATHER DISTURBANCE PROVIDED
INCREASING CLOUDINESS AND LIGHT SNOW IN THE FAR NORTHWEST CORNER
DURING THE PRE DAWN HOURS. ELSEWHERE...SKIES WERE CLEAR TO PARTLY
CLOUDY WITH TEMPERATURES RANGING FROM 10 BELOW ZERO IN THE
ARROWHEAD...TO THE MID TEENS IN THE SOUTHWEST.

OCCASIONAL LIGHT SNOW WILL FALL ALONG THE CANADIAN BORDER THIS
MORNING...WITH LINGERING LIGHT SNOW IN THE ARROWHEAD BY THE
AFTERNOON. ELSEWHERE...SKIES WILL BE PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY WITH
HIGHS IN THE UPPER 30S SOUTHWEST...TO THE TEENS IN THE ARROWHEAD.

SOUTHWEST WINDS WILL BEGIN TO INCREASE TODAY AS HIGH PRESSURE MOVES
OFF TO THE EAST AND A COLD FRONT BEGINS TO MOVE INTO THE DAKOTAS.
THIS COLD FRONT WILL MOVE THROUGH MINNESOTA BY SATURDAY MORNING WITH
LIGHT SNOW DEVELOPING IN THE FAR SOUTH BY SATURDAY NIGHT.

SEVERAL CHANCES OF LIGHT SNOW WILL OCCUR OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL
DAYS...WITH ANY SIGNIFICANT MEASURABLE SNOWFALL ALONG THE IOWA
BORDER.

$$

JLT



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