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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1137 AM CDT WED OCT 29 2014

SKIES WERE MOSTLY OVERCAST OVER MINNESOTA THIS MORNING IN THE WAKE
OF A LARGE DEPARTING LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM... CURRENTLY SITUATED
OVER QUEBEC. DRIZZLE HAS ENDED ACROSS THE STATE. MORNING LOWS WERE
IN THE 30S STATEWIDE... AND A FEW AREAS SAW SOME FLAKES OF SNOW
BEFORE DAWN... THOUGH NO ACCUMULATIONS HAVE BEEN REPORTED.

SKIES WILL SLOWLY BECOME PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY WITH TEMPERATURES
STRUGGLING TO RISE INTO THE 40S. A FAST MOVING WEATHER
DISTURBANCE WILL QUICKLY MOVE FROM THE NORTHERN ROCKIES...INTO THE
NORTHERN PLAINS AND UPPER MIDWEST BY THURSDAY MORNING. LIGHT
RAIN...MIXED WITH LIGHT SNOW WILL BE POSSIBLE IN CENTRAL AND
NORTHERN MINNESOTA AFTER MIDNIGHT...WITH MAINLY LIGHT RAIN IN THE
SOUTH. THE COLDEST AIR OF THE SEASON WILL USHER IN THURSDAY NIGHT
WITH STRONG NORTH WINDS. HIGHS ON HALLOWEEN WILL LIKELY REMAIN IN
THE MID TO UPPER 30S ACROSS THE NORTH...TO AROUND 40 IN THE
SOUTH...WITH FULL SUNSHINE.

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MCLOVIN





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