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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
310 AM CST Fri Feb 16 2018

The sky cleared across all but the far southeast corner of the state
early this morning. Temperatures were on the cold side once again
with readings around 10 below zero north to a few lower 20s in the
far southeast.

Sunshine is expected for the region today as high pressure dominates
the weather. Afternoon highs should range in the teens north to the
20s over most of the south.

As the high shifts south of the area tonight, clouds will increase
with a chance of light developing to the north and far south. Snow
chances linger at least the first half of Saturday mainly across the
south. Lows tonight should range in the single digits north to the
teens south. Highs Saturday are expected to warm through the teens
north and lower 30s south.

Accumulating snow is expected to develop over the northwest Saturday
night and spread east across the central and north through Sunday.
Several inches of snow accumulation looks likely. Clouds are expected
to the south but it should remain dry. Highs on Sunday should range
around 10 above to the northwest and the upper 30s to the south.

More snow and perhaps some mixed precipitation over the southeast
will ensue for Monday into Tuesday. This system as it travels south
of the state, could bring several more inches of snow to southern
Minnesota then.

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