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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1130 AM CDT TUE APR 21 2015

AROUND MID MORNING A LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WAS CENTERED IN
CENTRAL ONTARIO. THE LOW KEPT ALL OF THE NORTH STAR STATE MOSTLY
CLOUDY...EXCEPT FOR THE FAR SOUTHWEST CORNER WHERE SKIES WERE
GENERALLY CLEAR. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS WERE PRESENT ACROSS MUCH
OF THE NORTHEAST...AND PORTIONS OF THE NORTHWEST. WHILE THE
SOUTHEAST HAD SOME RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS. TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE
20S AND 30S ACROSS THE NORTH. WHILE IN THE SOUTH READINGS WERE
GENERALLY IN THE 30S...HOWEVER FAR SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA SAW A FEW
READINGS IN THE LOW TO MID 40S.

THE LARGE AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL SLOWLY MOVE
NORTHEASTWARDS AND SHOULD BE LOCATED IN JAMES BAY BY WEDNESDAY
NIGHT. THIS WILL KEEP SKIES MOSTLY CLOUDY FOR THE MAJORITY OF THE
STATE THIS AFTERNOON. SCATTERED RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED
FOR THE NORTHEASTERN HALF OF THE STATE...WITH THE SOUTHEAST SEEING
PRIMARILY RAIN SHOWERS. AN ADDITIONAL INCH OR TWO OF SNOW
ACCUMULATION IS POSSIBLE IN FAR NORTHERN MINNESOTA. HIGHS IN THE
30S ACROSS THE NORTH...AND NEAR 50 IN THE SOUTHWEST.

TONIGHT...RAIN AND SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY WILL DECREASE IN COVERAGE
FROM WEST TO EAST AS THE NIGHT PROGRESSES...HOWEVER THE ARROWHEAD
CAN STILL EXPECT LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS. LOWS IN THE 20S FOR THE
MAJORITY OF THE STATE...EXCEPT FOR THE SOUTHEAST WHERE READINGS
WILL BE IN THE LOW 30S.

WEDNESDAY...A FEW SNOW SHOWERS ARE STILL POSSIBLE IN THE TIP OF
THE ARROWHEAD. THE SOUTHWESTERN HALF OF THE STATE WILL BE PARTLY
TO MOSTLY SUNNY. HIGHS IN THE 30S IN FAR NORTHEAST MINNESOTA...AND
IN THE LOW 50S ACROSS THE SOUTHWEST.

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WL




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