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000
AWUS83 KDLH 021715
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-022315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1115 AM CST MON MAR 2 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS LIKELY TUESDAY IN SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL
MINNESOTA AS STRONG WINDS COMBINE WITH A FEW INCHES OF NEW SNOWFALL...

AROUND MID MORNING HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING OVER THE UPPER
MIDWEST. AS A RESULT THE NORTH STAR STATE WAS MOSTLY SUNNY...WITH
A FEW HIGH CLOUDS ACROSS THE SOUTH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE
SINGLE DIGITS IN NORTHWEST MINNESOTA...TO THE MIDDLE TO UPPER
TEENS ACROSS THE SOUTH.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL SHIFT EASTWARDS AS THE DAY PROGRESSES AND
SHOULD BE LOCATED IN THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES BY LATE TONIGHT. AS A
RESULT QUIET WEATHER IS EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON. SKIES WILL BE
PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY STATEWIDE...WITH INCREASING CLOUD COVER
ACROSS SOUTHERN LOCATIONS LATE THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS RANGE FROM
THE MID 20S TO NEAR 30.

BEHIND THE HIGH...A STORM WILL DEVELOP IN COLORADO TONIGHT. THE
SYSTEM WILL MOVE ACROSS UPPER MIDWEST ON TUESDAY. THIS WILL BRING
A FEW INCHES OF SNOWFALL TO MUCH OF THE STATE. THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. ACCUMULATIONS
OF 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE EXPECTED IN THESE AREAS...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER
AMOUNTS. STRONG WINDS WILL ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH THE EVENING...WHICH WILL LEAD TO BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW
ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL
BE OVER SOUTHERN AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS
ARE EXPECTED. AS A RESULT BLIZZARD CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY OVER
THOSE AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. WIND GUSTS WILL EXCEED
25 OVER MUCH OF THE STATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON...AND COULD REACH
40-50 MPH IN SOUTHWEST AREAS. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL FALL
INTO THE UPPER TEENS ACROSS THE NORTH AND THE LOW 20S IN THE
SOUTH. ON TUESDAY...HIGHS RANGE FROM THE MID TEENS TO THE UPPER
20S.

$$

WL







000
AWUS83 KDLH 021715
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-022315-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1115 AM CST MON MAR 2 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS LIKELY TUESDAY IN SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL
MINNESOTA AS STRONG WINDS COMBINE WITH A FEW INCHES OF NEW SNOWFALL...

AROUND MID MORNING HIGH PRESSURE WAS BUILDING OVER THE UPPER
MIDWEST. AS A RESULT THE NORTH STAR STATE WAS MOSTLY SUNNY...WITH
A FEW HIGH CLOUDS ACROSS THE SOUTH. TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE
SINGLE DIGITS IN NORTHWEST MINNESOTA...TO THE MIDDLE TO UPPER
TEENS ACROSS THE SOUTH.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL SHIFT EASTWARDS AS THE DAY PROGRESSES AND
SHOULD BE LOCATED IN THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES BY LATE TONIGHT. AS A
RESULT QUIET WEATHER IS EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON. SKIES WILL BE
PARTLY TO MOSTLY SUNNY STATEWIDE...WITH INCREASING CLOUD COVER
ACROSS SOUTHERN LOCATIONS LATE THIS AFTERNOON. HIGHS RANGE FROM
THE MID 20S TO NEAR 30.

BEHIND THE HIGH...A STORM WILL DEVELOP IN COLORADO TONIGHT. THE
SYSTEM WILL MOVE ACROSS UPPER MIDWEST ON TUESDAY. THIS WILL BRING
A FEW INCHES OF SNOWFALL TO MUCH OF THE STATE. THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. ACCUMULATIONS
OF 3 TO 5 INCHES ARE EXPECTED IN THESE AREAS...WITH LOCALLY HIGHER
AMOUNTS. STRONG WINDS WILL ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM TUESDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH THE EVENING...WHICH WILL LEAD TO BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW
ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL
BE OVER SOUTHERN AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS
ARE EXPECTED. AS A RESULT BLIZZARD CONDITIONS ARE LIKELY OVER
THOSE AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING. WIND GUSTS WILL EXCEED
25 OVER MUCH OF THE STATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON...AND COULD REACH
40-50 MPH IN SOUTHWEST AREAS. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL FALL
INTO THE UPPER TEENS ACROSS THE NORTH AND THE LOW 20S IN THE
SOUTH. ON TUESDAY...HIGHS RANGE FROM THE MID TEENS TO THE UPPER
20S.

$$

WL






000
AWUS83 KDLH 011751
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-020000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TUESDAY SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AS
STRONG WINDS ARRIVE BEHIND AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT...

A BROAD UPPER-AIR DISTURBANCE WAS SITUATED OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST
LATE THIS MORNING...AND HAD PRODUCED CLOUDS AND LIGHT SNOW OVER
MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH AS MUCH AS AN INCH OF ACCUMULATION
REPORTED OVERNIGHT. A FEW POCKETS OF SNOW REMAINED OVER PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST MINNESOTA. VEILED SUNSHINE WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF THE
STATE...WITH MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST.
WINDS WERE MAINLY WESTERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 20
MPH. AT 11 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO AT FLAG ISLAND IN
THE NORTHWEST ANGLE...TO THE MIDDLE 20S SOUTHWEST.

CLOUD COVERAGE OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON
AS WEAK INSTABILITY DEVELOPS. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS MAY ACCOMPANY
THE INCREASING CLOUD COVER...WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATION OF LESS THAN
ONE-QUARTER INCH POSSIBLE. CLEARING SKIES ARE FORECAST TONIGHT AS
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS EAST ACROSS THE PLAINS. HIGHS TODAY WILL
REACH THE UPPER TEENS NORTH TO THE UPPER 20S SOUTHWEST. EXPECT LOWS
TONIGHT OF 5 BELOW ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER...TO THE UPPER
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTH AND CENTRAL.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
TUESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL UNCERTAIN...
CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THIS
TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR SNOW IS OVER THE
SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO THE
SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM WITH BLOWING SNOW ALSO
A CONCERN. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL BE OVER THE
SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE
EXPECTED...POSSIBLY RESULTING IN BLIZZARD CONDITIONS OVER THOSE
AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND TUESDAY NIGHT.

$$

HUYCK






000
AWUS83 KDLH 011751
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-020000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TUESDAY SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AS
STRONG WINDS ARRIVE BEHIND AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT...

A BROAD UPPER-AIR DISTURBANCE WAS SITUATED OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST
LATE THIS MORNING...AND HAD PRODUCED CLOUDS AND LIGHT SNOW OVER
MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH AS MUCH AS AN INCH OF ACCUMULATION
REPORTED OVERNIGHT. A FEW POCKETS OF SNOW REMAINED OVER PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST MINNESOTA. VEILED SUNSHINE WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF THE
STATE...WITH MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST.
WINDS WERE MAINLY WESTERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 20
MPH. AT 11 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO AT FLAG ISLAND IN
THE NORTHWEST ANGLE...TO THE MIDDLE 20S SOUTHWEST.

CLOUD COVERAGE OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON
AS WEAK INSTABILITY DEVELOPS. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS MAY ACCOMPANY
THE INCREASING CLOUD COVER...WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATION OF LESS THAN
ONE-QUARTER INCH POSSIBLE. CLEARING SKIES ARE FORECAST TONIGHT AS
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS EAST ACROSS THE PLAINS. HIGHS TODAY WILL
REACH THE UPPER TEENS NORTH TO THE UPPER 20S SOUTHWEST. EXPECT LOWS
TONIGHT OF 5 BELOW ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER...TO THE UPPER
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTH AND CENTRAL.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
TUESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL UNCERTAIN...
CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THIS
TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR SNOW IS OVER THE
SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO THE
SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM WITH BLOWING SNOW ALSO
A CONCERN. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL BE OVER THE
SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE
EXPECTED...POSSIBLY RESULTING IN BLIZZARD CONDITIONS OVER THOSE
AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND TUESDAY NIGHT.

$$

HUYCK







000
AWUS83 KDLH 011751
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-020000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TUESDAY SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AS
STRONG WINDS ARRIVE BEHIND AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT...

A BROAD UPPER-AIR DISTURBANCE WAS SITUATED OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST
LATE THIS MORNING...AND HAD PRODUCED CLOUDS AND LIGHT SNOW OVER
MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH AS MUCH AS AN INCH OF ACCUMULATION
REPORTED OVERNIGHT. A FEW POCKETS OF SNOW REMAINED OVER PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST MINNESOTA. VEILED SUNSHINE WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF THE
STATE...WITH MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST.
WINDS WERE MAINLY WESTERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 20
MPH. AT 11 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO AT FLAG ISLAND IN
THE NORTHWEST ANGLE...TO THE MIDDLE 20S SOUTHWEST.

CLOUD COVERAGE OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON
AS WEAK INSTABILITY DEVELOPS. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS MAY ACCOMPANY
THE INCREASING CLOUD COVER...WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATION OF LESS THAN
ONE-QUARTER INCH POSSIBLE. CLEARING SKIES ARE FORECAST TONIGHT AS
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS EAST ACROSS THE PLAINS. HIGHS TODAY WILL
REACH THE UPPER TEENS NORTH TO THE UPPER 20S SOUTHWEST. EXPECT LOWS
TONIGHT OF 5 BELOW ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER...TO THE UPPER
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTH AND CENTRAL.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
TUESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL UNCERTAIN...
CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THIS
TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR SNOW IS OVER THE
SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO THE
SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM WITH BLOWING SNOW ALSO
A CONCERN. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL BE OVER THE
SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE
EXPECTED...POSSIBLY RESULTING IN BLIZZARD CONDITIONS OVER THOSE
AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND TUESDAY NIGHT.

$$

HUYCK






000
AWUS83 KDLH 011751
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-020000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CST SUN MAR 1 2015

...BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE TUESDAY SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AS
STRONG WINDS ARRIVE BEHIND AN ARCTIC COLD FRONT...

A BROAD UPPER-AIR DISTURBANCE WAS SITUATED OVER THE UPPER MIDWEST
LATE THIS MORNING...AND HAD PRODUCED CLOUDS AND LIGHT SNOW OVER
MUCH OF THE STATE...WITH AS MUCH AS AN INCH OF ACCUMULATION
REPORTED OVERNIGHT. A FEW POCKETS OF SNOW REMAINED OVER PORTIONS OF
NORTHWEST MINNESOTA. VEILED SUNSHINE WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF THE
STATE...WITH MAINLY CLOUDY SKIES OVER THE SOUTHEAST AND NORTHWEST.
WINDS WERE MAINLY WESTERLY AT 5 TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 20
MPH. AT 11 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM NEAR ZERO AT FLAG ISLAND IN
THE NORTHWEST ANGLE...TO THE MIDDLE 20S SOUTHWEST.

CLOUD COVERAGE OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL INCREASE THIS AFTERNOON
AS WEAK INSTABILITY DEVELOPS. SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS MAY ACCOMPANY
THE INCREASING CLOUD COVER...WITH LIGHT ACCUMULATION OF LESS THAN
ONE-QUARTER INCH POSSIBLE. CLEARING SKIES ARE FORECAST TONIGHT AS
HIGH PRESSURE BUILDS EAST ACROSS THE PLAINS. HIGHS TODAY WILL
REACH THE UPPER TEENS NORTH TO THE UPPER 20S SOUTHWEST. EXPECT LOWS
TONIGHT OF 5 BELOW ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER...TO THE UPPER
SINGLE DIGITS ABOVE ZERO SOUTH AND CENTRAL.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
TUESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL UNCERTAIN...
CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF SNOWFALL DURING THIS
TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR SNOW IS OVER THE
SOUTHEASTERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO THE
SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM WITH BLOWING SNOW ALSO
A CONCERN. THE GREATEST RISK FOR BLOWING SNOW WILL BE OVER THE
SOUTH AND WEST CENTRAL AREAS WHERE THE STRONGEST WINDS ARE
EXPECTED...POSSIBLY RESULTING IN BLIZZARD CONDITIONS OVER THOSE
AREAS TUESDAY AFTERNOON AND TUESDAY NIGHT.

$$

HUYCK







000
AWUS83 KDLH 281752
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-010000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1152 AM CST SAT FEB 28 2015

THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WHICH HAD BROUGHT QUIET CONDITIONS TO
THE STATE FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE WORK WEEK WAS SITUATED OVER
THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES LATE THIS MORNING. MEANWHILE...AN
APPROACHING SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED UPPER-
AIR DISTURBANCE WAS CENTERED OVER THE CENTRAL DAKOTAS. A THIN
LAYER OF HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MINNESOTA...WITH A SMALL AREA OF THICKER AND LOWER CLOUDS
OVER THE FAR NORTHWEST. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE SOUTH AT 5
TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 25 SOUTHWEST. AT 11 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE SINGLE DIGITS IN THE ANGLE
AND OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...TO THE UPPER TEENS IN
THE WEST AND PORTIONS OF THE NORTHEAST.

THE APPROACHING TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL USHER THE RIDGE OUT
OF THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. WHILE MOISTURE AND LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FEATURE REMAIN WEAK...A GOOD CHANCE OF
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS EXISTS THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT OVER THE NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. SNOW ACCUMULATION
WILL BE LIGHT...LESS THAN ONE-HALF INCH WITH MANY AREAS RECEIVING
ONLY A TRACE. TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL CLIMB INTO THE
MIDDLE TEENS SOUTHEAST AND FAR NORTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE 20S WEST-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER
SINGLE FIGURES BELOW ZERO NORTHWEST...TO AROUND 10 DEGREES ABOVE
ZERO SOUTH-CENTRAL.

THE TROUGH AND ACCOMPANYING SNOW SHOWERS WILL MOVE OUT OF THE
STATE SUNDAY MORNING...BUT THE CLOUD COVER WILL LIKELY LINGER
OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS MAY
REDEVELOP OVER NORTHEAST MINNESOTA DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT THE
CHANCE IS LOW. HIGHS ON SUNDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 20S NORTH TO
THE UPPER 20S SOUTH AND WEST.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
THROUGH WEDNESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL
UNCERTAIN...CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF
SNOWFALL DURING THIS TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO
THE SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM...WHICH MAY
RESULT IN DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS.

$$

HUYCK








000
AWUS83 KDLH 281752
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-010000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1152 AM CST SAT FEB 28 2015

THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WHICH HAD BROUGHT QUIET CONDITIONS TO
THE STATE FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE WORK WEEK WAS SITUATED OVER
THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES LATE THIS MORNING. MEANWHILE...AN
APPROACHING SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED UPPER-
AIR DISTURBANCE WAS CENTERED OVER THE CENTRAL DAKOTAS. A THIN
LAYER OF HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MINNESOTA...WITH A SMALL AREA OF THICKER AND LOWER CLOUDS
OVER THE FAR NORTHWEST. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE SOUTH AT 5
TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 25 SOUTHWEST. AT 11 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE SINGLE DIGITS IN THE ANGLE
AND OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...TO THE UPPER TEENS IN
THE WEST AND PORTIONS OF THE NORTHEAST.

THE APPROACHING TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL USHER THE RIDGE OUT
OF THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. WHILE MOISTURE AND LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FEATURE REMAIN WEAK...A GOOD CHANCE OF
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS EXISTS THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT OVER THE NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. SNOW ACCUMULATION
WILL BE LIGHT...LESS THAN ONE-HALF INCH WITH MANY AREAS RECEIVING
ONLY A TRACE. TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL CLIMB INTO THE
MIDDLE TEENS SOUTHEAST AND FAR NORTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE 20S WEST-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER
SINGLE FIGURES BELOW ZERO NORTHWEST...TO AROUND 10 DEGREES ABOVE
ZERO SOUTH-CENTRAL.

THE TROUGH AND ACCOMPANYING SNOW SHOWERS WILL MOVE OUT OF THE
STATE SUNDAY MORNING...BUT THE CLOUD COVER WILL LIKELY LINGER
OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS MAY
REDEVELOP OVER NORTHEAST MINNESOTA DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT THE
CHANCE IS LOW. HIGHS ON SUNDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 20S NORTH TO
THE UPPER 20S SOUTH AND WEST.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
THROUGH WEDNESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL
UNCERTAIN...CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF
SNOWFALL DURING THIS TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO
THE SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM...WHICH MAY
RESULT IN DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS.

$$

HUYCK








000
AWUS83 KDLH 281752
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-010000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1152 AM CST SAT FEB 28 2015

THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WHICH HAD BROUGHT QUIET CONDITIONS TO
THE STATE FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE WORK WEEK WAS SITUATED OVER
THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES LATE THIS MORNING. MEANWHILE...AN
APPROACHING SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED UPPER-
AIR DISTURBANCE WAS CENTERED OVER THE CENTRAL DAKOTAS. A THIN
LAYER OF HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MINNESOTA...WITH A SMALL AREA OF THICKER AND LOWER CLOUDS
OVER THE FAR NORTHWEST. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE SOUTH AT 5
TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 25 SOUTHWEST. AT 11 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE SINGLE DIGITS IN THE ANGLE
AND OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...TO THE UPPER TEENS IN
THE WEST AND PORTIONS OF THE NORTHEAST.

THE APPROACHING TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL USHER THE RIDGE OUT
OF THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. WHILE MOISTURE AND LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FEATURE REMAIN WEAK...A GOOD CHANCE OF
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS EXISTS THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT OVER THE NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. SNOW ACCUMULATION
WILL BE LIGHT...LESS THAN ONE-HALF INCH WITH MANY AREAS RECEIVING
ONLY A TRACE. TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL CLIMB INTO THE
MIDDLE TEENS SOUTHEAST AND FAR NORTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE 20S WEST-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER
SINGLE FIGURES BELOW ZERO NORTHWEST...TO AROUND 10 DEGREES ABOVE
ZERO SOUTH-CENTRAL.

THE TROUGH AND ACCOMPANYING SNOW SHOWERS WILL MOVE OUT OF THE
STATE SUNDAY MORNING...BUT THE CLOUD COVER WILL LIKELY LINGER
OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS MAY
REDEVELOP OVER NORTHEAST MINNESOTA DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT THE
CHANCE IS LOW. HIGHS ON SUNDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 20S NORTH TO
THE UPPER 20S SOUTH AND WEST.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
THROUGH WEDNESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL
UNCERTAIN...CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF
SNOWFALL DURING THIS TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO
THE SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM...WHICH MAY
RESULT IN DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS.

$$

HUYCK









000
AWUS83 KDLH 281752
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-010000-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1152 AM CST SAT FEB 28 2015

THE RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WHICH HAD BROUGHT QUIET CONDITIONS TO
THE STATE FOR THE LATTER HALF OF THE WORK WEEK WAS SITUATED OVER
THE EASTERN GREAT LAKES LATE THIS MORNING. MEANWHILE...AN
APPROACHING SURFACE TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE AND ASSOCIATED UPPER-
AIR DISTURBANCE WAS CENTERED OVER THE CENTRAL DAKOTAS. A THIN
LAYER OF HIGH CIRRUS CLOUDS WAS FOUND OVER MUCH OF NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MINNESOTA...WITH A SMALL AREA OF THICKER AND LOWER CLOUDS
OVER THE FAR NORTHWEST. WINDS WERE GENERALLY FROM THE SOUTH AT 5
TO 15 MPH...WITH A FEW GUSTS TO 25 SOUTHWEST. AT 11 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE SINGLE DIGITS IN THE ANGLE
AND OVER PORTIONS OF SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...TO THE UPPER TEENS IN
THE WEST AND PORTIONS OF THE NORTHEAST.

THE APPROACHING TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL USHER THE RIDGE OUT
OF THE REGION THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. WHILE MOISTURE AND LIFT
ASSOCIATED WITH THIS FEATURE REMAIN WEAK...A GOOD CHANCE OF
ISOLATED TO SCATTERED SNOW SHOWERS EXISTS THIS AFTERNOON AND
TONIGHT OVER THE NORTHERN THIRD OF THE STATE. SNOW ACCUMULATION
WILL BE LIGHT...LESS THAN ONE-HALF INCH WITH MANY AREAS RECEIVING
ONLY A TRACE. TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL CLIMB INTO THE
MIDDLE TEENS SOUTHEAST AND FAR NORTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE 20S WEST-
CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER
SINGLE FIGURES BELOW ZERO NORTHWEST...TO AROUND 10 DEGREES ABOVE
ZERO SOUTH-CENTRAL.

THE TROUGH AND ACCOMPANYING SNOW SHOWERS WILL MOVE OUT OF THE
STATE SUNDAY MORNING...BUT THE CLOUD COVER WILL LIKELY LINGER
OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. ISOLATED SNOW SHOWERS MAY
REDEVELOP OVER NORTHEAST MINNESOTA DURING THE AFTERNOON...BUT THE
CHANCE IS LOW. HIGHS ON SUNDAY WILL REACH THE LOW 20S NORTH TO
THE UPPER 20S SOUTH AND WEST.

FOCUS THEN SHIFTS TO A STORM SYSTEM WHICH WILL DEVELOP IN THE
CENTRAL PLAINS MONDAY NIGHT AND MOVE ACROSS THE UPPER MIDWEST
THROUGH WEDNESDAY. WHILE THE TRACK OF THIS SYSTEM IS STILL
UNCERTAIN...CONFIDENCE IS INCREASING FOR SEVERAL INCHES OF
SNOWFALL DURING THIS TIME FRAME. CURRENTLY...THE BEST CHANCE FOR
SNOW IS OVER THE SOUTHERN TWO-THIRDS OF THE STATE. IN ADDITION TO
THE SNOW...STRONG WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY THIS SYSTEM...WHICH MAY
RESULT IN DIFFICULT TRAVEL CONDITIONS.

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HUYCK









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