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AWUS83 KMPX 200812 CCA

310 AM CDT THU OCT 20 2016

Low clouds covered parts of eastern Minnesota during the night. The
sky cleared across much of northern Minnesota. Early morning
temepratures ranged from the northern Minnesota this morning. A few
high clouds moved across parts of southwest Minnesota after midnight.
Early morning temperatures ranged from the upper 20s north to
around 40 in the clouds area to the southeast.

High pressure will move across the state today and should provide
for the cool temperatures for the state. Clouds will move across the
region again today...and could produce a few rain or snow showers to
the far northeast. The rest of Minnesota should remain dry. Highs are
expected to warm only into the lower 40s and lower 50s.

The high will drift slowly east tonight. A southerly wind will
develop over the dakotas and into western Minnesota late.  A weak
weather system to the west will spread more clouds across the state.
Lows tonight are expected to range in the upper 20s northeast to
mid 30s south.

Warmer air will spread east during the day Friday.  Clouds and the
the of some showers will be found to the north.  Highs are expect to
range in the mid 40s to near 60 in the southwest.  Warmer and dry
conditions will continue through the weekend with highs expected in
the 50s to mid 60s both days.

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