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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITES/CHANHASSEN MN
315 AM CST WED MAR 4 2015

COLD AIR FUNNELED SOUTHEAST OVER THE STATE THIS MORNING.  EARLY
MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM AROUND 10 BELOW IN THE NORTH AND IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO TO THE SOUTHEAST.

SUNSHINE FOLLOWED BY A FEW CLOUDS IS WHATS IN STORE FOR THE AREA
TODAY.  HIGH PRESSURE WILL CONTINUE TO BUILDS SOUTHEAST OVER THE
DAKOTAS...BUT WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN ON THE BRISK SIDE MUCH OF
THE DAY. AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO THE SINGLE DIGITS
ABOVE ZERO TO THE NORTHWEST AND AROUND 10 ABOVE TO THE SOUTHEAST.

THE LARGE HIGH PRESSURE SYSTEM IS FORECAST TO DROPS SOUTHEAST OF THE
CENTRAL PORTION OF THE COUNTRY TONIGHT.  THIS WILL BRING LIGHT WINDS
BUT EVEN COLDER TEMPERATURES.  LOW TONIGHT ARE EXPECTED TO DROP TO
15 TO 20 BELOW ZERO OVER THE NORTH HALF OF THE STATE...AND 10 TO 15
BELOW ZERO IN THE SOUTH.

MORE SUNSHINE IS IN STORE FOR FRIDAY...AND TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED
TO WARM TO 15 TO 20. THERE IS A WARMING TREND THAT SHOULD LINGER
THROUGH THE WEEKEND AND INTO NEXT WEEK.  HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED TO WARM FROM THE 20S AND 30S SATURDAY TO THE 30S AND SOME
40S FOR SUNDAY.  A WEAK WEATHER SYSTEM MAY AFFECT THE AREA
SUNDAY...WITH A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SNOW NORTH AND A RAIN AND SNOW
COMBINATION TO THE SOUTH...OTHERWISE DRY CONDITIONS SHOULD PREVAIL.

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