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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
433 AM CDT SAT JUL 19 2014

A BROAD RIDGE OF HIGH PRESSURE WAS HEADED OUT INTO THE NORTH
ATLANTIC AS AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WAS MOVING ACROSS THE SOUTHERN
CANADIAN PRAIRIES. A COOL FRONT EXTENDED SOUTH FROM THE LOW CENTER
INTO WESTERN MINNESOTA. A FEW SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS ACCOMPANIED
THIS FRONT...BUT DECREASED IN INTENSITY DURING THE LATE OVERNIGHT.
TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE WERE GENERALLY IN THE 60S...EXCEPT
ALONG LAKE SUPERIOR WHERE IT WAS 48 IN SILVER BAY AT 4 AM.

THE FRONT WILL WASHOUT OVER THE STATE TODAY. A FEW SHOWERS OR STORMS
ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS THE EAST...BUT THE CHANCES ARE VERY SLIM. MOSTLY
CLOUDY SKIES ARE FORECAST WITH HIGHS IN THE UPPER 70S TO MID 80S.

A SIGNIFICANT WARMING TREND WILL BEGIN SUNDAY...BUT WILL REACH ITS
PEAK MONDAY. HIGHS SUNDAY WILL CLIMB INTO THE MID 80S TO LOWER 90S
WITH UPPER 80S TO MID 90S MONDAY. HEAT INDICES MAY REACH 105 TO 110
IN SOME LOCATIONS BY MONDAY AFTERNOON AS DEW POINTS SOAR INTO THE
MID OR UPPER 70S.

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP ACROSS THE NORTHERN HALF OF
THE STATE MONDAY NIGHT. VERY HEAVY RAINFALL IS POSSIBLE. COOLER
TEMPERATURES WILL FOLLOW FOR THE REMAINDER OF THE WEEK.-

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