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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CDT WED MAR 22 2017

High pressure dominated the region overnight with clear skies and a
relatively light wind from the east. Pre dawn temperatures were
quite cool in the arrowhead with readings in the single digits. The
cold spot was a fire weather observation at Seagull that reported a
low of 1 below zero. Orr and Crane Lake both reported a low of 1
degree above zero. Across the southern part of Minnesota,
temperatures were more typical of late March with readings in the
lower 20s.

The next storm system has already begun to spread clouds across far
southwest Minnesota during the pre dawn hours. These clouds will
continue to spread across the state today with mostly cloudy skies
by the afternoon. Although most areas will remain dry, a few
flurries or sprinkles are possible in far western Minnesota today.

By late tonight, moisture will spread northward from the plains, and
precipitation will begin to develop Thursday afternoon.

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