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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES MN
430 AM CDT FRI MAY 15 2015

MOST OF THE PRECIPITATION THAT OCCURRED THURSDAY AND THURSDAY
EVENING MOVED INTO NORTHERN WISCONSIN AND MICHIGAN. SOME LINGERING
DRIZZLE OR SPRINKLES CONTINUED IN THE ARROWHEAD AND PORTIONS OF
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA WHERE THE COMBINATION OF FOG AND LOW CLOUDS
PRODUCED SOME LIGHT DRIZZLE. SINCE MIDNIGHT...THE HEAVIEST
PRECIPITATION OCCURRED IN THE ARROWHEAD WHERE LOCALLY A TENTH TO A
QUARTER OF AN INCH FELL. THE HEAVIEST WAS GRAND MARAIS AIRPORT WHICH
REPORTED 0.24 INCHES SINCE 10 PM. TEMPERATURES EARLY THIS MORNING
RANGED FROM THE LOW TO MID 40S IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA...WITH LOW TO
MID 50S IN THE SOUTH.

SOME LOCALIZED DENSE FOG WILL OCCUR THIS MORNING...BUT MOST AREAS
WILL REMAIN CLOUDY WITH A FEW BREAKS DEVELOPING BY 9 OR 10 AM.
ALTHOUGH SOME SUNSHINE IS LIKELY TODAY...THE COMBINATION OF ABUNDANT
MOISTURE NEAR THE SURFACE AND A STORM SYSTEM MOVING NORTHWARD ACROSS
THE PLAINS...WILL KEEP MOST AREAS CLOUDY. HIGHS TODAY WILL RISE INTO
THE 50S AND 60S NORTH...TO AROUND 70 SOUTH.

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JLT



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