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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
410 AM CDT Sun Sep 24 2017

Prior to midnight, a surface cold front moved as far east as the
western part of the Twin Cities. This front then stalled and moved
back to the west overnight. Most of the showers and storms earlier
in the night had moved into far northern Minnesota, with dry
conditions across the remainder of the state. Since Saturday
evening, rainfall amounts were quite heavy in west central and
central Minnesota. Some of the heavier amounts were St. Cloud with
1.38 inches, and Alexandria with 1.36 inches. Benson in west central
Minnesota had 1.29 inches.  Pre dawn temperatures across the state
ranged from 52 degrees at Hallock, to 77 degrees at Winona.

Another round of showers and thunderstorms will develop later today
across western Minnesota, and spread southeast Sunday night. Monday
and the first part of Tuesday look wet, especially in eastern and
northern Minnesota. It will be much cooler for the remainder of the
week with highs typical for late September.

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