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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1124 AM CDT FRI MAY 15 2015

AT LATE MORNING...SKIES WERE MAINLY CLOUDY ACROSS MOST OF MINNESOTA
LATE THIS MORNING EXCEPT FOR SUNNY SKIES IN THE NORTHWEST. FOG
COVERED THE EASTERN PORTIONS INCLUDED THE TWIN PORTS. TEMPERATURES
AT LATE MORNING RANGED FROM THE MIDDLE 40S IN THE ARROWHEAD TO THE
MIDDLE TO UPPER 50S IN THE SOUTH. OVERNIGHT..THE PRECIPITATION
THAT OCCURRED THURSDAY AND THURSDAY EVENING MOVED INTO NORTHERN
WISCONSIN AND MICHIGAN. SINCE MIDNIGHT...THE HEAVIEST PRECIPITATION
OCCURRED IN THE ARROWHEAD WHERE LOCALLY A TENTH TO A THIRD OF AN
INCH OF AN INCH FELL. THE HEAVIEST WAS WRENSHALL WHERE 0.40 INCHES
WERE RECORDED BY 1000 AM. OVERNIGHT LOW TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM
THE LOW TO MID 40S IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA...WITH LOW TO MID 50S IN
THE SOUTH.

THE FOG WILL DISSIPATE BY MIDDAY AND THE CLOUDS WILL CONTINUE TO
HAVE BREAKS IN THE AFTERNOON. SOME SUNSHINE IS LIKELY LATE THIS
AFTERNOON... BUT THE COMBINATION OF ABUNDANT MOISTURE NEAR THE
SURFACE AND A STORM SYSTEM MOVING NORTHWARD ACROSS THE
PLAINS...WILL KEEP MOST AREAS CLOUDY. HIGHS THIS AFTERNOON WILL
RISE INTO THE 50S AND 60S NORTH...TO AROUND 70 SOUTH.

$$

STEWART





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