Regional Weather Summary
Issued by NWS Grand Forks, ND

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AWUS83 KFGF 230450
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AREA WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS
1150 PM CDT TUE APR 22 2014

SCATTERED SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED FOR LATER TUESDAY NIGHT THROUGH
FRIDAY. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS AS WELL AS THE HEAVIEST RAINFALL IS
EXPECTED FOR WEDNESDAY AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT. LESS RAINFALL IS
FORECAST FOR THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...EXCEPT FOR FAR NORTHERN
MINNESOTA. ALSO GUSTY SOUTHEAST WINDS ARE FOR FORECAST FOR WEDNESDAY
AND WEDNESDAY NIGHT.

HIGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE A LITTLE LOWER FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY.
HIGHS ON FRIDAY WILL BE MOSTLY IN THE FORTIES. HIGHS IN THE FORTIES
WILL CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND AND EARLY NEXT WEEK.

HIGH PRESSURE EXTENDED FROM CENTRAL ONTARIO TO MISSOURI. A TROUGH OF
LOW PRESSURE WAS LOCATED OVER MONTANA AND SOUTHERN ALBERTA. THE
TROUGH OF LOW PRESSURE WILL EXTEND FROM ILLINOIS TO SOUTHERN
SASKATCHEWAN BY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MOST OF THE PRECIPITATION WILL
OCCUR NORTH AND EAST OF THE LOW PRESSURE TROUGH.

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