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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
450 AM CDT Tue Oct 17 2017

Very quiet in the weather department this morning as the main storm
systems remain well north of the Canadian border. Temperatures early
this morning are still above normal for the most part as pre dawn
readings range from around freezing in the arrowhead, to the 30s and
40s elsewhere. Typically, lows for mid October range from around 30
degrees along the Canadian border, to around 40 in the far south.

Todays temperatures are more typical for early September than mid
October. Afternoon temperatures will range from the 60s north, to
the 70s south.

Temperatures through Friday will remain well above normal as our air
mass continues from the Plains. Not until this weekend, and into
next week will the Upper Midwest see more typical October readings,
along with an increasing chance of precipitation.

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