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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
400 AM CST THU FEB 27 2015

ANOTHER ARCTIC HIGH MOVING INTO THE STATE THIS MORNING HAS SENT
TEMPERATURES TUMBLING BELOW ZERO ONCE AGAIN AND WE WILL ONLY SEE
THEM GET BACK INTO THE SINGLE DIGITS THIS AFTERNOON. WE GET ON THE
BACK SIDE OF THE HIGH THIS WEEKEND...WHEN HIGHS WILL MODERATE BACK
INTO THE 20S...THOUGH THAT WILL COME WITH SOME LIGHT SNOW FOR THE
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE STATE SATURDAY MORNING. AFTER THAT...CHANCES
ARE LOOKING BETTER FOR SOME ACCUMULATING SNOW AT THE BEGINNING OF
NEXT WEEK FOR THE SOUTHEAST HALF OF THE STATE...THOUGH THERE ARE NO
SIGNS OF ANYTHING YOU COULD CONSIDER A SIGNIFICANT WARMUP UNTIL AT
LEAST THE SECOND WEEK OF MARCH.

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