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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
857 AM CST MON DEC 11 2017

LIGHT SNOW WILL GRADUALLY END FROM NORTH TO SOUTH AS THE DAY
PROGRESSES, DUE TO A CLIPPER SYSTEM SLIDING SOUTHEASTWARD INTO
THE CENTRAL GREAT LAKES. LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL BE ONGOING ALONG
THE LAKE SUPERIOR SHORELINE IN UPPER MICHIGAN. SKIES WILL
GRADUALLY CLEAR THIS AFTERNOON, BUT IT WILL BE GUSTY ESPECIALLY
ACROSS THE DAKOTAS WHERE A WIND ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT. HIGHS RANGE
FROM THE UPPER TEENS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA, TO THE MID 40S IN
SOUTHERN SOUTH DAKOTA.

CLOUD COVER WILL INCREASE ACROSS THE EASTERN DAKOTAS AS WARM FRONT
LIFTS IN, ELSEWHERE SKIES WILL BE PARTLY CLOUDY TO MOSTLY CLEAR AS
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS IN TONIGHT. LAKE EFFECT SNOW WILL BE ONGOING
ALONG THE LAKE SUPERIOR SHORELINE IN UPPER MICHIGAN AND IN
PORTIONS OF NORTHWEST WISCONSIN. LOWS RANGE FROM THE SINGLE DIGITS
BELOW ZERO IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA, TO THE MID 20S IN THE CENTRAL
DAKOTAS.

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