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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CDT FRI SEP 12 2014

LIGHT RAIN DEVELOPED IN FAR SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AFTER MIDNIGHT AND
SPREAD ALONG THE IOWA BORDER. MOST AREAS ONLY RECEIVED A HUNDREDTH
OF AN INCH. JACKSON MINNESOTA HAD ONE OF THE HIGHER AMOUNTS OF 0.07
INCHES...WITH FAIRMONT AT 0.03 INCHES PRIOR TO 4 AM. SKIES WERE
PARTLY CLOUDY IN THE NORTH WITH PRE DAWN TEMPERATURES IN THE 30S.
THERE WERE A FEW AREAS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA WHERE SKIES CLEARED
OVERNIGHT AND TEMPERATURES DROPPED INTO THE UPPER 20S. THREE
LOCATIONS IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA HAD A PRE DAWN TEMPERATURE OF 28
DEGREES. THEY WERE ITASCA...CUTFOOT AND SLIVER BAY. THE WARMER
TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE TWIN CITIES METRO AREA WITH PRE DAWN
READINGS IN THE UPPER 40S. THESE TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING ARE
NEARLY 15 TO 25 DEGREES BELOW NORMAL FOR MID SEPTEMBER.

LIGHT RAIN WILL CONTINUE ALONG THE IOWA BORDER THIS MORNING...WITH
ISOLATED SHOWERS DEVELOPING ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA DURING THE
AFTERNOON. MOST AREAS WILL REMAIN DRY WITH TEMPERATURES STRUGGLING
TO RISE INTO THE 50S.

SATURDAY MORNING WILL BE THE COLDEST SINCE LAST SPRING WITH MANY
READINGS IN THE UPPER 20S TO MIDDLE 30S. ONLY THE URBAN AREAS OF THE
TWIN CITIES WILL LIKELY ESCAPE FROST OVERNIGHT.

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JLT







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