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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
415 AM CDT WED MAR 29 2017

High clouds covered much of the state overnight. Early morning
temperatures ranged from the upper 20s northeast to a few lower 40s
in the south.

A potent Spring storm will move across the mid Mississippi River
Valley today through Thursday. Severe weather is expected over this
region into tonight. Rain is expected to develop ahead of the storm
and lift into southern Minnesota this afternoon and tonight.
Temepratures will be cooler than yesterday with the clouds and
eventually some rain holding highs in the 50s today. They may not
warm out of the 40s in the far south.

The heavier rain is expected over the far southeast with light rain
and perhaps some drizzle into parts of central Minnesota tonight.
Lows will range in the 30s south with a few 20s in the northwest.

Clouds and the threat of light rain will linger in the southeast
into Thursday as the storm system moves to the Ohio River Valley.
Clouds will thin over the northwest and with some sunshine...highs
will warm back to the 50s and only 40s to the southeast.

Dry conditions are expected for most of the state into the
weekend...with temepratures rebounding back through the 50s to
lower 60s by Sunday.

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