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REGIONAL WEATHER SYNOPSIS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
902 PM CST MON FEB 27 2017

A WEAK FRONTAL BOUNDARY DRAPED ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST WILL BE
THE FOCAL POINT FOR RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS OVERNIGHT. THIS FRONT
WILL THEN BE ENHANCED BY LOW PRESSURE MOVING THROUGH THE CENTRAL
PLAINS AND INTO THE WESTERN GREAT LAKES ON TUESDAY. SNOW WILL
INCREASE IN COVERAGE OVERNIGHT ACROSS NORTHERN AREAS, WITH RAIN
OR DRIZZLE DEVELOPING OVER PARTS OF CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA
AND WISCONSIN. THIS PRECIPITATION WILL CONTINUE INTO TUESDAY AND
SPREAD INTO MUCH OF THE REMAINDER OF THE UPPER MIDWEST AS WELL.
SOME SNOW ACCUMULATION IS LIKELY OVER FAR NORTHERN WISCONSIN AND
PARTS OF NORTHERN AND WESTERN MINNESOTA WITH SEVERAL INCHES
POSSIBLE IN SPOTS. EXPECT LOWS TONIGHT IN THE SINGLE DIGITS
NORTHWEST, TO THE UPPER THIRTIES IN SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA AND
SOUTHERN WISCONSIN. HIGHS TUESDAY WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 20 IN
NORTHEAST NORTH DAKOTA, TO THE LOWER TO MIDDLE FIFTIES IN FAR
SOUTHERN WISCONSIN.


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BJH



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