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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
509 AM CDT MON MAR 23 2015

SNOW CONTINUED ACROSS THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT...AND
HAD EXITED ALL BUT THE SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF THE STATE BY DAYBREAK.
THE HIGHEST SNOWFALL ACCUMULATIONS OCCURRED ALONG THE 212 CORRIDOR
NEAR GLENCOE...SOUTH AND EAST TO BELLE PLAINE...JORDAN...AND
ZUMBROTA...WHERE TOTALS WERE IN THE 6 TO 9 INCH RANGE. ELSEWHERE
ACROSS CENTRAL AND SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA...TOTALS GENERALLY RANGED
FROM 2 TO 6 INCHES. ACROSS THE REST OF THE STATE...CLOUDY SKIES WERE
FOUND OVERNIGHT...WHICH ALLOWED TEMPERATURES TO HOLD UP IN THE MID
20S TO MID 30S. THE EXCEPTION WAS THE ARROWHEAD...WHERE CLEARING
ALLOWED FOR SOME LOWS IN THE SINGLE DIGITS TO MID TEENS.

ON THE HEELS OF SUNDAY NIGHTS SYSTEM...ANOTHER WEATHER DISTURBANCE
WILL BRING PRECIPITATION TO NORTHERN MINNESOTA TODAY. MORNING SNOW
IN THE NORTHWEST WILL MIX WITH AND CHANGE OVER TO RAIN AS IT ENTERS
NORTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA BY THIS AFTERNOON.

A MORE ORGANIZED WEATHER SYSTEM WILL BRING PRECIPITATION TO THE
STATE LATE TUESDAY THROUGH WEDNESDAY NIGHT. A WINTRY MIX WILL AGAIN
BE POSSIBLE.

HIGH TEMPERATURES OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS WILL RANGE FROM THE MID
30S TO MID 40S.

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