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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1153 AM CST MON NOV 24 2014

RAIN TURNED TO SNOW EARLY THIS MORNING ACROSS EASTERN MINNESOTA...
AND CONTINUED THROUGH MID DAY AS TEMPERATURES DROPPED FROM WEST TO
EAST BEHIND THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM. MORNING LOWS WILL ACTUALLY
END UP BEING THE HIGHS FOR TODAY... AND CURRENT TEMPERATURES ARE
IN THE SINGLE DIGITS ACROSS THE WEST... BUT STILL INTO THE UPPER
TEENS AND 20S ACROSS THE EAST.

LIGHT SNOW WILL CONTINUE INTO AFTERNOON... BUT ENDING THIS EVENING WITH
ACCUMULATIONS BY MONDAY NIGHT RANGING FROM ONE INCH OVER THE WEST
TO THREE INCHES OVER THE NORTHEAST. TEMPERATURES WILL PLUMMET ONCE
AGAIN BELOW AVERAGE... AND WILL STAY THAT WAY THROUGH THE WEEK.
NEXT SNOW EVENT WILL COME TUESDAY NIGHT... AS AN ALBERTA CLIPPER
APPROACHES THE UPPER MIDWEST. ONE TO TWO INCHES OF SNOW CAN BE
EXPECTED.


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MCLOVIN





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