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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1151 AM CDT FRI AUG 28 2015

TWO WEATHER FEATURES CREATED UNSETTLED CONDITIONS ACROSS
MINNESOTA THIS MORNING. FIRST ACROSS THE NORTH...A STRONG STORM
BROUGHT LARGE HAIL TO FAR NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA THIS MORNING
BETWEEN 9 AND 930AM. THESE STORMS WILL DISSIPATE DURING MID DAY.
TO THE SOUTH...LOW PRESSURE OVER NORTHERN IOWA WAS PUSHING AN AREA
OF RAIN INTO SOUTHEAST MINNESOTA...HOWEVER THE LIONS SHARE OF RAIN
REMAINS SOUTH OF THE MINNESOTA...IOWA BORDER.

ANOTHER ROUND OF STORMS IS EXPECTED OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA
LATE THIS AFTERNOON INTO THIS EVENING WITH RAIN LINGERING INTO
SATURDAY MORNING. EXPECT STORMS ALONG THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER
THROUGH NORTHERN LAKE SUPERIOR BRINGING POTENTIAL HIGH
WINDS...LARGE HAIL AND HEAVY RAINS. THIS AREA OF UNSETTLED WEATHER
WILL MOVE EAST OVER LAKE SUPERIOR LATE TONIGHT.

TEMPERATURES TODAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 60S OVER SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA TO NEAR 90 IN THE NORTHERN AREAS OF THE RED RIVER
VALLEY. LOWS TONIGHT SHALL RANGE FROM THE 50S TO THE 60S. EXPECT
SUNNY AND WARMER CONDITIONS SATURDAY WITH HIGHS IN THE MIDDLE 70S
TO MIDDLE 80S. TEMPERATURES WILL CLIMB SLIGHTLY INTO NEXT WEEK AND
REMAIN ABOVE NORMAL THROUGH THE FIRST WEEK OF SEPTEMBER.

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