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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1142 AM CDT THU APR 28 2016

LATE THURSDAY MORNING... A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WAS MOVING THROUGH
IOWA AND RAIN SHOWERS EXTENDED NORTHWARD THROUGH CENTRAL
MINNESOTA. CLOUD COVER WAS BEGINNING TO BREAK ACROSS NORTHERN
MINNESOTA. MORNING LOWS RANGED FROM THE 30S ACROSS THE NORTH TO
THE LOW 40S ACROSS THE SOUTH.

THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM OVER IOWA WILL EXIT TO THE EAST TODAY.
THE RAIN WILL LIKELY CONTINUE IN AN ON AND OFF FASHION OVER THE
SOUTH AS THE LOW MOVES EAST. THE FAR NORTH WILL LIKELY SEE AT
LEAST SOME FILTERED SUNSHINE AND AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES COULD WARM
INTO THE MID 50S THERE... AND COOLER BY THE LAKE. THE REST OF THE
STATE SHOULD REMAIN IN THE 40S. IMPROVING CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED
OVERNIGHT INTO FRIDAY. THE CLOUDS WILL REMAIN OVER THE SOUTH...BUT
THE RAIN WILL EXIT IN THE EVENING. THE NORTH SHOULD SEE MOSTLY
CLEAR AND COOL CONDITIONS. STATEWIDE READINGS ARE EXPECTED TO COOL
THROUGH THE 30S TONIGHT. FRIDAY SHOULD SEE HIGHS MAINLY IN THE
50S. THE WEEKENDED LOOKS UNSETTLED TO THE SOUTH...WITH A CHANCE OF
SHOWERS BOTH DAYS. THE NORTH IS EXPECTED TO REMAIN DRY WITH MORE
SUNSHINE. TEMPERATURES SHOULD WARM THROUGH THE 50S AND LOWER 60S
BOTH DAYS...BUT STILL RANGING BELOW NORMAL.


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MCLOVIN


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