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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1142 AM CST MON JAN 26 2015

LOW PRESSURE CENTERED OVER THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER THIS MORNING
BROUGHT SNOW TO MUCH OF NORTHERN MINNESOTA WHICH WAS ACCOMPANIED
BY FREEZING DRIZZLE. SNOWFALL WAS ALSO REPORTED SOUTH ALONG THE
MINNESOTA WISCONSIN BORDER. UP TO 4 INCHES HAD FALLEN IN THE
ARROWHEAD AND IN AREAS ALONG THE NORTH SHORE. SKIES OVER MUCH OF
WESTERN MINNESOTA REMAINED CLEAR THROUGH THE MORNING HOURS. TEMPERATURES
AT SUNRISE WERE ABOVE FREEZING ACROSS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN
MINNESOTA WHILE LOWER 20S WERE COMMON ACROSS THE NORTH. CLEAR
SKIES HAVE RESULTED IN TEMPERATURES REACHING INTO THE MIDDLE 40S
ACROSS SOUTHERN AND WESTERN MINNESOTA WITH A BREEZY NORTHWEST WIND.
TEMPERATURES OVER NORTHEAST MINNESOTA REMAINED IN THE MIDDLE 20S
THROUGH 1100AM.

PRECIPITATION WILL LINGER OVER THE MINNESOTA ARROWHEAD AS LOW
PRESSURE MOVES OVERHEAD. BREEZY NORTHWEST WINDS TODAY WILL
DIMINISH AND TURN SOUTHERLY OVERNIGHT. EXPECT IMPROVING SKY
CONDITIONS AND A FAIR DAY ON TUESDAY. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN IN
THE 20S TONIGHT THEN RISE INTO THE 30S FOR MOST MINNESOTA LOCALES
EXCEPT THE LOWER 40S ACROSS THE SOUTH. CLOUDS WILL INCREASE
WEDNESDAY WHEN ANOTHER CLIPPER SYSTEM MOVES SOUTH OF THE
INTERNATIONAL BORDER WEDNESDAY NIGHT WHEN WE CAN EXPECT ANOTHER
SHOT AT LIGHT SNOW.

TEMPERATURES REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL THOUGH WEDNESDAY THEN EXPECT A
COOLING TREND INTO THE WEEKEND.





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