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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1140 AM CDT WED AUG 20 2014

AREAS OF FOG AND LOW CLOUDS WERE COMMON ACROSS MINNESOTA THIS
MORNING WITH AREAS REPORTING LESS THAN ONE QUARTER MILE
VISIBILITY. CLEAR SKIES WERE FOUND OVER MUCH OF THE WESTERN HALF
OF THE STATE. MORNING TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE LOWER 60S
BUT COOLER IN NORTH CENTRAL MINNESOTA WHERE UPPER 40S WERE REPORTED.

SKY CONDITIONS HAD IMPROVED THROUGH 1100AM AND TEMPERATURES HAD
REACHED 80 DEGREES ALONG THE WESTERN BORDER OF THE STATE WHILE LOW
CLOUDS AND TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S LINGERED OVER THE ARROWHEAD.

UNSETTLED WEATHER IS IN THE FORECAST FOR PORTIONS OF MINNESOTA
THIS AFTERNOON AND THURSDAY. A NEW STORM SYSTEM WILL MOVE TOWARDS
THE REGION...WITH SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS EXPECTED FOR MUCH OF
EASTERN NORTH DAKOTA...AND WESTERN AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA TONIGHT.
SOME STORMS MAY BE SEVERE TONIGHT OVER SOUTHWEST MINNESOTA. HEAVY
RAIN IS ALSO A THREAT THROUGH THURSDAY.

LOWS TONIGHT WILL FALL INTO THE MID TO UPPER 50S OVER NORTHEAST
MINNESOTA TO THE UPPER 60S OVER SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND SOUTH
DAKOTA.



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