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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
425 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

MILD AND BREEZY FALL WEATHER SPREAD ACROSS THE STATE OVERNIGHT...BUT
EVEN WITH THE INCREASE IN CLOUD COVER AND FEW LIGHT SHOWERS ACROSS
NORTHERN MINNESOTA...MOST LOCATIONS REMAIN DRY THIS MORNING. LIGHT
SHOWERS AND EMBEDDED WEAK THUNDERSTORMS ARE EXPECTED TO CONTINUE
MOVING EAST ACROSS MAINLY THE NORTHERN HALF OF MINNESOTA FOR THE
REMAINDER OF THE MORNING. HIGHS THIS AFTERNOON WILL RANGE FROM MID
60S IN NORTHEAST PORTIONS OF THE STATE TO NEAR 80 IN THE SOUTHWEST.

A SECOND ROUND OF STORMS IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP ALONG AN
ADVANCING COLD FRONT IN SOUTHERN MINNESOTA THIS EVENING. SOME OF
THESE STORMS COULD BE CAPABLE OF PRODUCING BRIEF DOWNPOURS OF RAIN
OR EVEN HAIL AND WIND. THESE STORMS SHOULD MOVE INTO IOWA AND
WISCONSIN BY AROUND MIDNIGHT. SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED TO LINGER ACROSS
NORTHERN MINNESOTA ON SATURDAY...BUT RAIN TOTALS WILL BE MINOR AND
NOT ALL SITES IN NORTHERN MINNESOTA WILL SEE RAIN.

AFTER THE RAIN MOVES OUT ON SATURDAY...LOOK FOR SEVERAL DAYS OF MILD
AND DRY WEATHER ACROSS THE STATE HEADING INTO THE MIDDLE OF NEXT
WEEK. HIGHS WILL BE IN THE 60S AND 70S WITH LOWS IN THE 40S AND 50S.

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