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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
600 AM CST Tue Feb 20 2018

A complex weather system will wind down today and shift off to the
northeast as cold high pressure moves in from the west. Light snow
over much of the eastern, central and southern portions of the
state, along with pockets of freezing rain far southeast, will
gradually end over southern and central portions this morning, with
lingering light snow over northeastern portions this afternoon. As
high pressure moves in, skies will clear out late this evening
through the overnight hours.

Plenty of sunshine is expected for Wednesday but it will be
accompanied by cold temperatures. Highs on Wednesday will only range
between 15 and 25 degrees, this after wind chills in the morning
well below zero.

The next chance for accumulating snow comes Thursday into Thursday
night, mainly for central and southern portions of the state.
Another round of accumulating snow then comes for Saturday.

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