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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
355 AM CST WED MAR 1 2017

Snow developed over southern MInnesota after midnight...as north
winds cleared a portion of northern Minnesota. Early morning
temperatures ranged from around 10 above in the far northeast...to
the lower 30s southeast.

A trough of low pressure will exit the southeast during the
morning...but not before depositing a quick inch or two of snow.
Another trough will move into the west late this morning and across
the state by this evening.  There may be some snow showers or light
snow as it moves through during the afternoon. Temperatures will
warm little today...remaining in the 20s northeast to the mid
30s south.

A fast moving low pressure system will travel across southern
Minnesota later tonight into Thursday morning...spreading another
chance of snow across the southern portion of the state. Lows are
expected to range around zero in the northwest to around 20 in
the south.

After a couple of days of cooler weather...the warming trend for
the weekend remains on track...with highs warming through the 50s
across the south and 40s in the north.

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