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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
425 AM CST THU DEC 11 2014

CLOUDS ARE FIRMLY IN PLACE ACROSS THE STATE THIS MORNING AND THERE
ARE NO SIGNS OF THEM BREAKING UP UNTIL MONDAY NIGHT AT THE EARLIEST.
WITH THE CLOUDS...TEMPERATURES HAVE REMAINED UP IN THE 20S ALL
NIGHT...BUT WITH THE CLOUDS...THEY WILL NOT WARM MUCH TODAY WITH
HIGHS A FEW DEGREES ON EITHER SIDE OF 30 EXPECTED. DESPITE THE
CLOUDS...WE WILL SEE TEMPERATURES SLOWLY RISE ALL THE WAY OUT TO
SUNDAY...WHEN MOST OF THE STATE WILL SEE HIGHS IN THE 40S. A PASSAGE
OF A COLD FRONT MONDAY WILL SEND TEMPERATURES BACK DOWN CLOSER TO
NORMAL FOR NEXT WEEK.

THE BEST CHANCE FOR PRECIPITATION OVER THE NEXT WEEK LOOKS TO COME
THIS WEEKEND IN THE FORM OF LIGHT RAIN AND DRIZZLE FOR MUCH OF
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. SUNDAY NIGHT AS THE COLD FRONT WORKS ACROSS THE
STATE THERE WILL BE A LIGHT WINTRY MIX OF PRECIP...BUT IT DOES NOT
LOOK LIKE ANY THING SIGNIFICANT AT THIS POINT. OTHER THAN THAT...THE
WEATHER THE REST OF THE WEEK LOOKS TO BE DRY.

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