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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
417 AM CDT SUN AUG 31 2014

AN ACTIVE SUNDAY LOOKS IN STORE AS LOW PRESSURE ACROSS SOUTH DAKOTA
THIS MORNING WILL MAKE ITS WAY INTO THE STATE WITH A COLD FRONT THIS
AFTERNOON. WE WILL SEE SOME SCATTERED STORMS FROM CENTRAL INTO
NORTHERN MINNESOTA THIS MORNING...WITH MORE WIDESPREAD THUNDERSTORMS
EXPECTED THIS AFTERNOON AS THE COLD FRONT MOVES IN. ALTHOUGH THERE
IS A CHANCE FOR SEVERE STORMS FOR JUST ABOUT THE ENTIRE STATE...THE
GREATEST THREAT WILL BE DOWN NEAR THE I-90 CORRIDOR. THE MAIN SEVERE
RISK FOR THE ENTIRE STATE WILL BE STRONG WINDS...THOUGH LARGE HAIL
AND A FEW TORNADOES WILL BE POSSIBLE DOWN ALONG I-90.

THIS ACTIVITY WILL CLEAR OUT OF THE STATE EARLY MONDAY
MORNING...LEAVING IN ITS WAKE A SUNNY AND MILD WEATHER FOR THE
UNOFFICIAL END OF THE SUMMER...WITH HIGHS ON LABOR DAY TOPPING OUT
IN THE 70S. THE DRIER AND MILD WEATHER WILL STAY WITH US INTO
TUESDAY...BUT THE WARM AND HUMID AIR LOOKS TO RETURN FOR WEDNESDAY
INTO FRIDAY...WHICH WILL BRING WITH IT MORE CHANCES FOR SHOWER AND
THUNDERSTORMS...ESPECIALLY THURSDAY INTO FRIDAY WHEN ANOTHER COLD
FRONT WORKS ACROSS THE STATE.

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