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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1138 AM CDT SAT APR 19 2014

LOW PRESSURE TO OUR WEST AND ITS FRONTAL SYSTEM HAD CREATED A MIX
OF WEATHER TYPES ACROSS MINNESOTA EARLY THIS MORNING. STRONG SOUTHERLY
WINDS WERE COMMON STATE WIDE WITH WARM TEMPERATURES MOVING UP
FROM THE SOUTH. SNOW WAS BEING REPORTED ACROSS THE MINNESOTA
ARROWHEAD ALONG WITH AREAS OF FREEZING RAIN. RAINFALL WAS COMMON
ACROSS THE BRAINERD LAKES AREA OF CENTRAL MINNESOTA. MORNING
TEMPERATURES WERE WARMEST IN SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA WHERE UPPER 40S
TO LOW 50S WERE REPORTED. IN THE NORTHEAST TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR
OR JUST BELOW FREEZING WHILE IT WAS IN THE MID 40S ACROSS THE RED
RIVER VALLEY.

AT 1100 AM WINDS WERE JUST STARTING TO SHIFT TO A WESTERLY
DIRECTION OVER MINNESOTA`S WESTERN BORDER. SKIES WERE MOSTLY CLOUDY
WITH THE FAR NORTHWEST AND SOUTHEAST CORNERS OF THE STATE SEEING
FAIR SKIES. WINTRY PRECIPITATION WAS EXITING THE NORTHEAST TIP OF
THE ARROWHEAD AND A THIN BAND OF LIGHT RAIN WAS DIMINISHING ACROSS
THE CENTER OF THE STATE.

HIGH TEMPERATURES JUMP TO NEAR 70 DEGREES IN THE SOUTHWEST AND
40S IN THE NORTH.  DRIER CONDITIONS AND WARMER TEMPERATURES ARE
EXPECTED FOR SUNDAY AS A RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS INTO THE
REGION. ON SUNDAY TEMPERATURES WILL RISE INTO THE 50S OVER THE
ARROWHEAD...AND LOW 70S OVER SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.


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