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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
315 AM CDT Mon Apr 16 2018


Clouds and mainly light snow and flurries remained across eastern
Minnesota early this morning. The west saw some partial clearing.
Early morning temperatures ranged form the upper teens to lower 20s.

The storm system responsible for for our snowy weekend is moving
slowly east today. Some remaining moisture continues to wrap the
clouds and light snow and flurries over the far east. This snow will
end to the east this morning but clouds should remain. The west will
be partly cloudy. Those area to the northwest that do see some
sunshine will see temepratures warm through the lower 40s. The
remainder of the state will remain in the 30s.

Tuesday will be a cold but dry day across the state as high pressure
dominates. Lows will range in the upper teens to lower 20s with
highs in the mid 30s to mid 40s.

The next storm ssytem to affect the state arrives Tuesday night to
the southwest. This will likely spread snow to the southwest and a
possible mix of snow anf light freezing rain over central Minnesota.
The central of the storm is expected to travel south of Minnesota
Wednesday but will still spread accumulating snow to much of
southern Minnesota then. A Winter Storm watch has been issued for
far southern Minnesota for late Tuesday night into Wednesday night
for the possiblity of 6 inches or more snow accumaltion.

Following this storms, we expect dry condition through the end of
the week. Along with that, a warming trend is also expected. We
could see Some 50s return for the weekend.

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