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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
345 AM CDT WED SEP 10 2014

A LARGE AREA OF MODERATE RAIN CONTINUED TO PLAGUE MUCH OF EASTERN
AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA DURING THE NIGHT.  A FEW RUMBLES OF THUNDER
ALSO OCCURRED FROM TIME TO TIME.  THE HEAVIER RAINFALL AMOUNTS
OCCURRED MAINLY ACROSS CENTRAL PORTIONS OF THE STATE WITH SOME 1 TO
2 INCH AMOUNTS INDCIATED BY RADAR. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED
FROM THE LOWER 40S NORTHEAST TO THE MID 60S IN THE SOUTHEAST.

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WAS POSITIONED OVER NORTHEAST IOWA EARLY
THIS MORNING.  A COLD FRONT TRAILED THE LOW ACROSS SOUTHEAST
MINNESOTA.  THE LOW WILL EXIT TO THE NORTHEAST THIS MORNING AND
COLDER AIR WILL DROP SOUTH AND EAST OF THE STATE. AS THE LOW DEPARTS
EAST...THE SHOWERS ARE EXPECTED TO END THROUGH THE MORNING.
TEMPERATURES WILL STRUGGLE TO WARM BACK THROUGH THE 50S IN THE
SOUTHEAST WITH HIGHS IN THE 40S EXPECTED IN THE FAR NORTH.

CLOUDS WILL BREAK UP OVER THE NORTH INTO THE NIGHT.  THE BRISK NORTH
WINDS WILL DIMINISH AND SOME PATCHY FROST CAN BE EXPECTED IN THE
NORTHEAST LATE.  LOWS ARE EXPECTED TO DROP OFF TO THE MID 30S NORTH
AND REMAIN IN THE MID 40S OVER THE MORE CLOUDY SOUTH.

SOME SUNSHINE IS EXPECTED TO RETURN THURSDAY...BUT THE LARGE HIGH
PRESSURE AREA WILL DESCEND OVER THE STATE.  HIGHS ARE EXPECTED ONLY
IN THE 50S ONCE AGAIN.

THE NEXT THREAT OF SHOWERS RETURNS THURSDAY NIGHT INTO FRIDAY
ACROSS THE SOUTH AS A WEATHER SYSTEM MOVES THROUGH. TEMPERATURES
ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN IN THE 50S.  THE UNSEASONABLY COLD AIR WILL
CONTINUE INTO THE WEEKEND WITH SOME SHOWERS POSSIBLE AGAIN ON
SUNDAY.

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