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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CDT SAT JUL 05 2014

TWO AREAS OF PRECIPITATION OCCURRED OVERNIGHT IN MINNESOTA WITH
SEVERAL AREAS RECEIVING BETWEEN ONE HALF AND ONE INCH OF RAINFALL.
THE FIRST AREA WAS ALONG THE CANADIAN BORDER AND THE ARROWHEAD
REGION. RAINFALL AMOUNTS IN THE LAST 12 HOURS HAVE RANGED FROM
1.25 INCHES AT THE REGIONAL GRAND MARAIS AIRPORT... TO 0.83 INCHES
AT LITTLE FORK. THE OTHER AREA OCCURRED IN THE SOUTHWEST WHERE
LOCALLY ONE HALF INCH OF RAIN FELL AT WORTHINGTON. PRE DAWN
TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE RANGED FROM 54 DEGREES AT SILVER
BAY...TO A MILD 72 DEGREES AT MADISON.

A LARGE COMPLEX OF THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED ACROSS NORTHEAST
NEBRASKA EARLIER THIS MORNING WILL AFFECT THE MINNESOTA...IOWA
BORDER THROUGH NOON WITH ISOLATED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS. THE
ARROWHEAD REGION WILL ALSO HAVE MORNING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
BUT MOST OF THE ACTIVITY SHOULD HAVE MOVED EAST OF THE AREA BY 9
AM.

MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL OCCUR LATER TONIGHT AS A FRONT
SLOWLY MOVES ACROSS THE REGION. THE BEST CHANCE OF THUNDERSTORMS
WILL OCCUR IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA...WITH THE LEAST AREA IN THE
SOUTHWEST.

SUNDAY WILL BE UNSETTLED EARLY WITH LINGERING SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS...ESPECIALLY IN EASTERN MINNESOTA. NEXT WEEK LOOKS TO
BE COOLER THAN NORMAL WITH HIGHS IN THE 70S TO LOWER 80S.

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JLT











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