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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
520 AM CDT TUE JUL 15 2014

CLOUDS OVERSPREAD MUCH OF THE STATE OVERNIGHT AS A LARGE UPPER LEVEL
LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM SHIFTED FROM NORTHERN MINNESOTA INTO WISCONSIN.
ALONG WITH THE CLOUDS...THE AFOREMENTIONED LOW BROUGHT IN MUCH
COLDER AIR TO THE AREA. TEMPERATURES THIS MORNING DROPPED TO THE
UPPER 40S TO MID 50S STATEWIDE. THE CLOUDS WILL LINGER THROUGH THE
DAY TODAY AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM EXITS...BUT HIGHS THIS
AFTERNOON WILL BE A BIT WARMER THAN THE VERY UNSEASONABLY COOL
TEMPERATURES EXPERIENCED YESTERDAY. HIGHS TODAY WILL HIT THE UPPER
60S TO LOWER 70S.

WITH HIGH PRESSURE ARRIVING TONIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY...SKIES WILL
CLEAR OUT AND WINDS WILL DIMINISH...MAKING FOR VERY COOL LOW
TEMPERATURES EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING. LOWS WILL DROP TO THE MID 40S
TO LOWER 50S. THE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES WILL PERSIST THROUGH WEDNESDAY
WITH AS THE WARMING TREND CONTINUES. HIGHS WILL HIT THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE 70S.

TEMPERATURES WILL CONTINUE TO WARM AS THE WEEK PROGRESSES...OWING TO
THE LARGE AREA OF HIGH PRESSURE SLOWLY MOVING OFF TO THE EAST AND
ALLOWING A WARMER SOUTHERLY FLOW TO TAKE HOLD. HIGHS WILL CLIMB TO
NEAR 80 BY THE END OF THE WEEK WHILE NO PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED.

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