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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
415 AM CDT WED MAY 20 2015

EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES REFLECTED THE COLD AIR MASS ACROSS THE
UPPER MIDWEST WHERE MANY PRE DAWN READINGS WERE NEAR OR BELOW
FREEZING ACROSS CENTRAL AND NORTHERN MINNESOTA. A STORM SYSTEM THAT
BROUGHT SNOW TO THE PANHANDLE OF NEBRASKA ON TUESDAY WAS PROVIDING A
NICE BLANKET OF HIGH CLOUDINESS IN THE SOUTHERN ONE QUARTER OF THE
STATE. THIS ALLOWED FOR TEMPERATURES TO HOLD IN THE 40S. EARLY THIS
MORNING PRE DAWN TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE RANGED FROM A COLD 23
DEGREES IN THE INTERIOR PART OF THE ARROWHEAD...TO 46 DEGREES IN
FAIRMONT...SAINT JAMES AND LUVERNE. IN THE TWIN CITIES METRO
AREA...SOME FROST IS LIKELY IN ANOKA AND NORTHERN WASHINGTON COUNTY
WHERE SEVERAL PRIVATE WEATHER STATIONS HAD TEMPERATURES NEAR 35
DEGREES.

OTHER THAN A FEW LIGHT SHOWERS ALONG THE IOWA BORDER THIS
MORNING...THE NEXT FEW DAYS WILL BE DRY WITH TEMPERATURES WARMING
FROM THE 60S...INTO THE 70S. THE NEXT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION
DEVELOPS OVER THE WEEKEND WITH TEMPERATURES FALLING BACK TO THE 60S.

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JLT


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