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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1127 AM CDT SUN APR 20 2014

FOGGY CONDITIONS WERE REPORTED AT SEVERAL STATIONS ACROSS THE
STATE THIS MORNING. AT 700 AM TEMPERATURES WERE NEAR OR JUST BELOW
FREEZING ACROSS THE NORTHERN TIER WHILE 50S WERE COMMON SOUTH.
RAIN SHOWERS PERSISTED IN THE SOUTH EAST CORNER OF THE STATE.

A WARM AIR MASS WILL FINALLY ARRIVE ACROSS MOST OF MINNESOTA THIS
EASTER SUNDAY WITH MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES AND TEMPERATURES INTO THE
60S. A FRONTAL BOUNDARY WILL LINGER ACROSS SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF
REGION. THIS FEATURE WILL BRING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACROSS
IOWA THROUGH THE ROCHESTER AREA AND ACROSS THE CENTER OF
WISCONSIN. THAT BOUNDARY WILL BE THE FOCUS OF UNSETTLED WEATHER
THROUGH THE DAY ON MONDAY.

TWO WEAK WEATHER SYSTEMS MOVE IN TONIGHT...ONE FROM THE NORTHWEST
AND ONE FROM THE SOUTH. THESE SYSTEMS WILL BRING LOW CHANCES OF
LIGHT RAIN SHOWERS. TEMPERATURES REMAIN ABOVE FREEZING OVERNIGHT
THEN RETURN TO THE 50S AND 60S MONDAY AFTERNOON. THE SECOND HALF
OF THE WEEK APPEARS TO BE AN ACTIVE PERIOD WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR
AREAS RECEIVING HEAVY RAIN WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.

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