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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
456 AM CDT SUN SEP 14 2014

MID AND HIGH CLOUDS STREAMED ACROSS MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT...WHILE
SCATTERED LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS WERE ALSO FOUND OVER THE ARROWHEAD.
TEMPERATURES PRIOR TO DAYBREAK WERE PRIMARILY IN THE 40S...ALTHOUGH
A FEW SPOTS HAD DIPPED INTO THE UPPER 30S WHERE THERE WERE BREAKS IN
THE CLOUD COVER.

A WEAK WEATHER DISTURBANCE WILL MOVE OVER THE AREA TODAY AND BRING
EXTENSIVE CLOUD COVER. THERE WILL ALSO BE SCATTERED DAYTIME SHOWERS
IN THE FAR NORTH...AND NIGHTTIME SHOWERS TO THE FAR SOUTH.
TEMPERATURES WILL BE AROUND 10 DEGREES COOLER THAN NORMAL FOR THE
MIDDLE OF SEPTEMBER...AND RANGE FROM MID 50S IN THE NORTH TO THE MID
60S SOUTH.

DRIER AIR AND NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES ARRIVE FOR TUESDAY THROUGH
THURSDAY. AFTER TONIGHT ACROSS NORTHERN MINNESOTA...FROST WILL NOT
BE A CONCERN FOR THE NEXT 7 DAYS. RAIN CHANCES THEN RETURN FOR
FRIDAY AND THE UPCOMING WEEKEND.

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