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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
405 AM CDT MON MAR 20 2017

A few showers, mixed with sleet or light snow, occurred in central
Minnesota overnight. The precipitation was very light and only a
hundredth of an inch was recorded at Pine River. A few showers also
occurred in the arrowhead region with a few hundredths near Birch
Lake. Although a cold front moved across the state yesterday, and
overnight, temperatures behind it were still quite mild for mid
March. Pre dawn temperatures across the state were in the low to mid
30s, with a few lower 40s around the Twin Cities and St. Cloud.

A few sprinkles are possible today, but most areas will remain dry
with a mixture of clouds and sun. Cooler air will slowly move south
across the Canadian border tonight. This will lead to temperatures
more typical for mid to late March in the 30s on Tuesday and
Wednesday

A wetter pattern is expected by the end of the week as a strong
storm system moves across the plains, and into the Midwest.

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