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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
410 AM CST TUE DEC 23 2014

LOW PRESSURE OVER IOWA KEPT MOST OF THE STEADY PRECIPITATION
CONFINED TO AREAS SOUTH AND EAST OF MINNESOTA...HOWEVER A BAND OF
MIXED PRECIPITATION LIFTED NORTH INTO SOUTHEAST SECTIONS OF THE
STATE LATE LAST NIGHT. THE REST OF THE AREA HAD SPORADIC BOUTS OF
DRIZZLE OR LIGHT SNOW WITH MINIMAL ACCUMULATIONS. TEMPERATURES WERE
UNIFORM ACROSS THE STATE...GENERALLY IN THE LOW TO MID 30S.

THE BAND OF PRECIPITATION WILL KEEP LIFTING NORTHWEST...BUT REMAIN
GENERALLY SOUTHEAST OF A LINE FROM NEW ULM TO THE TWIN CITIES AND
RUSH CITY TODAY. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF 2 TO 3 INCHES ARE LIKELY IN
THE SOUTHEAST...WITH AMOUNTS TAPERING OFF TO THE NORTHWEST. THE REST
OF THE STATE WILL BE CLOUDY AND SEE OCCASIONAL DRIZZLE OR FLURRIES.
THE PRECIPITATION WILL TAPER OFF STATEWIDE LATE TONIGHT. HIGHS TODAY
WILL RANGE FROM THE LOW TO MID 30S AND LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL BACK
TO ONLY THE MID 20S WEST TO AROUND 30 EAST.

CHRISTMAS EVE AND CHRISTMAS DAY LOOK DRY WITH TEMPERATURES ABOVE
NORMAL IN THE 20S AND 30S FOR HIGHS.

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