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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
428 AM CST SUN NOV 27 2016

Widespread dense fog developed across Minnesota overnight, with
visibility reductions down to one quarter mile or less. The worst
conditions were across the central section of the state, from
Alexandria and Morris, eastward along the Interstate 94 corridor,
and north to Wadena, Brainerd, and Park Rapids. Pre dawn
temperatures across the state were in the upper 20s to around 30
degrees. Slick spots were reported on the road due to the
combination of condensation from the fog and sub-freezing
temperatures.

Clouds and fog will linger through most of the morning, with peeks
of the sun in the southeast by early afternoon. Temperatures will
remain mild, with highs ranging from the mid 30s in the north to the
upper 40s south.

Rain showers will enter the southwest part of the state during the
late afternoon hours, with expansion north and east across Minnesota
tonight. Isolated thunder may even be heard, primarily across the
south. Occasional precipitation is expected through most of the
upcoming week. As colder air works into the area, snow will become
possible along with the rain from Monday night and beyond. Any
accumulations look to be minor at this point.

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