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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
430 AM CST Mon Feb 19 2018

A complex weather system will evolve over the area over the next 36
hours which will bring moderate to heavy snow for western and
northern Minnesota with a mix of light snow and freezing rain to
southern and eastern portions. The precipitation will commence today
as snow for central and northern portions, with accumulating snow up
north, along with a mix of freezing rain and snow for east central
through southern Minnesota. The precipitation will persist through
early this evening, then diminish late this evening. After the lull,
the precipitation will return for much of the overnight through
Tuesday as mainly snow. There is potential for between a tenth and a
quarter inch of ice in southern and southeastern Minnesota while
western through northern portions are expected to receive in excess
of 6 inches of snow. Winter Weather Advisories remain in effect for
much of central through southern Minnesota.

The precipitation will wind down during the day on Tuesday as high
pressure arrives, allowing for mainly dry days both Wednesday into
Thursday. The next chances for accumulating snow come late Thursday
through Saturday

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