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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1110 AM CST MON NOV 17 2014

AROUND MID MORNING LOW PRESSURE WAS CENTERED JUST NORTH OF LAKE
SUPERIOR. THIS KEPT THE STATE IN COLD NORTHWEST FLOW...UNDER
MOSTLY CLOUDY SKIES. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WERE PRESENT IN
PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST MINNESOTA. TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS TO THE LOWER TEENS THROUGHOUT THE STATE.

THIS AFTERNOON LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS WILL BE A THREAT MAINLY TO
NORTHERN AND EASTERN MINNESOTA. IT WILL BE WINDY FOR THE MAJORITY
OF THE STATE...WITH BLOWING SNOW CONTINUING IN THE SOUTHWEST.
HIGH TEMPERATURES RANGE FROM THE LOWER TO MIDDLE TEENS STATEWIDE.

TONIGHT...HIGH PRESSURE WILL BRIEFLY BUILD INTO THE REGION. THIS
WILL BRING A LITTLE BIT OF CLEARING THROUGHOUT THE NORTH STAR
STATE...HOWEVER FAR NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL STILL SEE LIGHT SNOW
SHOWERS. IT WILL BE ANOTHER COLD NIGHT WITH LOW TEMPERATURES IN
THE SINGLE DIGITS AND THE SINGLE DIGITS BELOW ZERO.

CLOUDS WILL BE ON THE INCREASE TUESDAY AS ANOTHER AREA OF LOW
PRESSURE MOVES IN FROM THE NORTHWEST. IT SHOULD REMAIN DRY
THROUGHOUT THE STATE WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE TEENS ONCE AGAIN.

COLDER THAN NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED THROUGHOUT THE WEEK.

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