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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1140 AM CDT SUN APR 13 2014

DURING THE TIME OF SURISE...630AM...CLOUDS COVERED THE ENTIRE
STATE WITH SOME DRIZZLE ACROSS THE UPPER MINNESOTA RIVER VALLEY
AND FOG NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR. GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS WERE COMMON.
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOWER TWENTIES IN THE NORTHWEST TO MIDDLE
FORTIES SOUTH.

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WILL TRACK NORTHEAST THROUGH MICHIGAN
TODAY INTO TONIGHT. THIS LOW WILL BRING A CHANCE FOR RAIN TO SOUTH
EAST MINNESOTA TODAY. NORTH WEST WINDS INCREASE TODAY AS COLDER
AIR POURS INTO THE STATE. THERE WILL BE SOME FLURRIES OR SCATTERED
LIGHT SNOW SHOWERS ON MONDAY OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA INTO EASTERN
WISCONSIN

EXPECT HIGHS TODAY TO RANGE FROM THE LOWER TO
MIDDLE THIRTIES OVER NORTHERN MINNESOTA...TO NEAR FIFTY OVER FAR
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. HIGH WILL BE COOLER MONDAY...VARYING FROM THE
MIDDLE TWENTIES NORTH TO THE LOWER FORTIES IN FAR SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA. EXPECT LOWS TONIGHT IN THE TEENS NORTH TO THIRTY
SOUTH.

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