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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES MN
430 AM CDT Thu MAY 18 2016

Skies were mostly clear overnight with a wide range of temperatures
noted. Temperatures were in the middle 50s across far western and
northwestern MN and as low as the lower 30s in the Arrowhead of MN
and western WI early this morning. High pressure over the Great
Lakes will continue to slide eastward today and as a result winds
will increase slightly and so will humidity levels. Clouds will be
on the increase and a stray shower or two may be noted across
western and northern areas of the state this afternoon. Any showers
will dissipate by sunset.

Temperatures today will be similar to yesterday and very close to
normal with gradual warming as we approach the weekend. Any
significant chance of rain will hold off until at least Sunday.
Looking ahead, next week appears more active with periodic chances
for showers and thunderstorms.

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jrb



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