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AWUS83 KMPX 190843
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-192245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
345 AM CDT SAT APR 19 2014

CLOUDS THICKENED ACROSS MUCH OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT. A FEW SHOWERS
MOVED INTO THE WEST PORTION OF THE STATE AND WERE MOVING RAPIDLY
EAST NORTHEAST.  SOUTHEAST WINDS REMAINED STRONG OVER THE WEST...AND
INCREASED INTO EAST MINNESOTA DURING THE NIGHT.  EARLY MORNING
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S NORTHEAST TO AROUND 50 IN THE
SOUTHWEST.

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE OVER SOUTH DAKOTAS WILL LIFT NORTHEAST AND
WEAKEN DURING THE DAY...BUT A COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP INTO WESTERN
MINNESOTA THIS AFTERNOON.  THIS WILL CONTINUE THE THREAT OF SHOWERS
AND ISOLATED THUNDER ACROSS THE EAST AND SOUTH TODAY.  SOME MORNING
SHOWERS WILL END TO THE NORTHWEST...AND A MIX OF RAIN...SLEET AND
SNOW WILL BE FOUND TO THE NORTHEAST.  THE STRONG WINDS WILL
GRADUALLY DIMINISH THIS MORNING...BUT ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN GUSTY
MOST AREAS INTO THE AFTERNOON.  HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE AROUND
40 NORTHEAST TO AROUND 70 SOUTHWEST.

THE FRONT IS FORECAST TO SAG SOUTH AND EAST OVER THE REGION AND
WILL CONTINUE THE THREAT OF SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS TO
THE SOUTH AFTER MIDNIGHT.  CLEARING WILL TAKE HOLD NORTH.  LOWS
TONIGHT ARE EXPECTED TO RANGE IN THE LOWER 30S NORTH TO LOWER 50S
SOUTHEAST.

THE FRONT WILL STALL OVER FAR SOUTHERN MINNESOTA OR NORTHERN IOWA ON
SUNDAY.  THERE WILL STILL BE A CHANCE FOR SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
CLOSE TO THE BOUNDARY MUCH OF OF THE DAY.  SUNSHINE WILL BE
PREVALENT TO THE NORTH.  TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO WARM THROUGH
THE MID 50S NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 70S SOUTH.

THE RATHER UNSETTLED PATTERN WILL CONTINUE INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.
THE THREAT OF SHOWERS WILL LINGER IN THE EAST ON MONDAY...WITH
ANOTHER CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ARRIVING WEDNESDAY.
TEMPERATURES ARE NOT EXPECTED TO COOL DOWN TOO MUCH...WITH
TEMPERATURES RANGING CLOSE TO OR SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL.

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AWUS83 KMPX 180822
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-182245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
325 AM CDT FRI APR 18 2014


AREAS OF FOG DEVELOPED AFTER MIDNIGHT OVER PARTS OF EASTERN
MINNESOTA.  CLOUDS THICKENED OVER THE WEST DURING THE NIGHT BUT IT
REMAINED DRY HOWEVER.  EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM AROUND
10 ABOVE IN THE NORTHEAST TO THE LOWER 30S IN THE SOUTHWEST.

CLOUDS WILL DRIFT OVER THE STATE MUCH OF THE DAY...WITH A MIX OF
SUNSHINE AT TIMES. THERE EVEN MAY BE A BRIEF RAIN OR SNOW SHOWER
OVER THE WEST THROUGH THE MORNING.  TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO
WARM THROUGH THE 50S SOUTH...AND EVEN SOME LOWER 60S TO THE
SOUTHWEST...AS A SOUTHEAST WIND INCREASES TODAY. THE NORTH WILL
REMAIN IN THE 40S.

LATER TONIGHT...A FRONT WILL MOVE EAST OVER THE DAKOTAS.  THIS WILL
SPREAD SOME SHOWERS INTO WESTERN MINNESOTA LATER TONIGHT.
MEANWHILE...WITH COLDER AIR IN PLACE TO THE NORTHEAST...A MIX OF
RAIN...FREEZING RAIN AND SNOW IS EXPECTED. THIS WILL CONTINUE INTO
SATURDAY MORNING AS WELL...AND A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS IN
EFFECT FOR PARTS OF THE NORTHEAST FOR LATE TONIGHT INTO SATURDAY
MORNING.  OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL RANGE IN THE MID 20S NORTHEAST TO
MID 40S SOUTHWEST.

THE FRONT WILL SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE SATURDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT.
THE MIXED PRECIPITATION WILL CONTINUE OVER THE NORTHEAST...WITH THE
THREAT OF SHOWERS AND PERHAPS A FEW THUNDERSTORMS IN THE SOUTH.
HIGHS SATURDAY AFTERNOON WILL RANGE IN THE LOWER 40S NORTHEAST TO
LOWER 70S SOUTH.

THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL LINGER...MAINLY IN THE
FAR SOUTH INTO SUNDAY...AS THE FRONT STALLS TO THE SOUTHEAST.
SUNSHINE SHOULD PREVAIL OVER MOST OF THE REMAINDER OF MINNESOTA.
HIGH TEMPERATURES ARE EXPECTED TO TOP OUT IN THE MID 50S NORTHEAST TO
LOWER 70S SOUTH.

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000
AWUS83 KMPX 170924
RWSMN
MNZ001>098-162245-

WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
423 AM CDT THU APR 17 2014

THE SNOW AND RAIN HAS COME TO AN END ACROSS MOST OF THE STATE EARLY
THIS MORNING...WITH THE EXCEPTION OF SNOW STILL FALLING ALONG THE
NORTH SHORE...INCLUDING IN DULUTH.  LIGHT RAINFALL WAS BEING
OBSERVED IN THE EXTREME SOUTHEASTERN CORNER OF THE STATE. SEVERAL
REPORTS IN EXCESSES OF ONE FOOT OF SNOW WERE MADE FROM EAST CENTRAL
MINNESOTA THROUGH NORTHWESTERN WISCONSIN. THE HEAVIEST REPORTS SO
FAR HAVE BEEN ABOUT 30 TO 50 MILES NORTH OF THE TWIN CITIES WHERE 16
TO 19 INCHES OF SNOW FELL.

FOR TODAY...MUCH BELOW NORMAL TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE. STRONG
WINDS...ESPECIALLY ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA THIS MORNING WILL BEGIN
TO WEAKEN DURING THE DAY AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM RESPONSIBLE FOR
THE SNOW MOVES EAST AND WEAKENS. PESKY LOW LEVEL CLOUDS WILL LINGER
THROUGH MUCH OF THE DAY FROM SOUTHERN MINNESOTA THROUGH EASTERN AND
NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. WESTERN AND NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA WILL
REMAIN MOSTLY CLEAR. HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 30S
TO MID 40S TODAY. LOOKING AHEAD...A GENERAL WARMING TREND IS
EXPECTED...ESPECIALLY THIS WEEKEND WHEN TEMPERATURES MAKE A RUN AT
NEAR NORMAL NUMBERS.

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