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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
345 AM CDT Wed Jul 19 2017

The cold front that brought scattered showers and thunderstorms to
mainly the south half of the state yesterday moved into northern
Iowa. The sky cleared for the most part over Minnesota with some
areas of fog over the northeast and parts of central. Early morning
temperatures ranged from the lower 50s in the northeast to the upper
60s in the south.

The Iowa front will lift slowly north today and will be the focus of
thunderstorm development late this afternoon and tonight across the
central and south. Severe storms producing widespread damaging
winds, hail and torrential rain will be likely as the move through
mainly this evening. Its best to monitor later forecasts during the
day concerning this weather event.

The front will drop south again later tonight and will remain the
focus of more shower and thunderstorm development again Thursday
night into Friday. The thunderstorm chances will continue into the
first part of the weekend and mainly over the east.

High temperatures will cool back from the 80s through Saturday to
the 70s statewide by Sunday as a cold front finally exits the
region.

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