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The following is a list of Minnesota weather records observed at various stations across the state during the last 100 years. Minnesota is a state in the Upper Midwestern region of the United States. Due to its location in the northern plains of the United States its climate is one of extremes. Minnesota's history of nearly continuous meteorological record keeping stretches back two centuries to 1819 when Fort Snelling was settled.
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Minnesota has a humid continental climate, with hot summers and cold winters. Minnesota's location in the Upper Midwest allows it to experience some of the widest variety of weather in the United States, with each of the four seasons having its own distinct characteristics. The area near Lake Superior in the Minnesota Arrowhead region experiences weather unique from the rest of the state
A potentially powerful winter storm is expected to cross the United States this weekend. At the beginning of the event, there is also an increased risk of freezing rain across the Ohio valley where strong mid-level airmass advection overrides the still cold lowlands.
A potentially powerful winter storm is expected to cross the United States this weekend. A deep trough with a pronounced surface cyclone is approaching from the North Pacific, while a strong polar jet-stream will push the system across the CONUS. Locally, significant snow accumulations are expected in parts of the upper Midwest, Great Lakes and Northeast. Parts of Ohio valley could also see a good amount of ice accumulation as well. Locally, around . ″ (. cm) black ice can accumulate.