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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
435 AM CDT Mon Sep 25 2017

A cold front had finally moved southeast of the Twin Cities metro
area, and was slowly moving across southeast Minnesota during the
pre dawn hours. It remains quite mild ahead of this front in
southeast, where upper 60s were still noted. The far northwest part
of the state fell into the mid to upper 40s with 50s elsewhere.

A steady rainfall occurred over the southwest, south central and
east central part of the state overnight. A quarter, to a half inch
of rainfall was fairly common across the southwest part of
Minnesota, with a few areas near one inch since late evening. Around
the Twin Cities metro area, the heaviest was in the southwest part
where locally one quarter of an inch fell.

Showers, with embedded thunderstorms will continue for most of
southwest, south central and east central Minnesota this morning.
More activity is expected to reform across the central part of the
United States, and move northeast over the Upper Midwest tonight. By
Tuesday morning, this system will have moved northeast into the
western Great Lakes region, slowly ending the precipitation from the
southwest, to the northeast during the day.

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