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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1057 AM CDT SAT SEP 13 2014

IT WAS A MOSTLY SUNNY MORNING ACROSS MINNESOTA... WITH MANY AREAS
ACROSS THE NORTH EXPERIENCING ITS FIRST FROST OF THE SEASON.
MORNING LOWS WERE IN THE 20S ACROSS THE FAR NORTHERN INTERIOR...
AND MOSTLY 30S EVERYWHERE ELSE. INTERNATIONAL FALLS SET A NEW
DAILY LOW TEMPERATURE RECORD AT 25 DEGREES.

SKIES WILL REMAIN CLEAR TO PARTLY CLOUDY TODAY WITH WINDS INCREASING
FROM THE WEST. 30 MPH GUSTS MAY BE POSSIBLE LATER THIS
AFTERNOON... MAINLY WEST OF INTERNATIONAL FALLS FROM GRAND FORKS
DOWN TO SIOUX FALLS. TEMPERATURES WILL RISE INTO THE LOW 60S IN
THE WEST...TO THE LOWER 50S IN THE ARROWHEAD.

CLOUDS WILL INCREASE THIS EVENING... AND A FEW SHOWERS WILL BE
POSSIBLE LATER TODAY AND TONIGHT IN THE NORTH... AS AN AREA OF LOW
PRESSURE MOVES EASTWARD ALONG THE CANADIAN BORDER. TEMPERATURES
WILL BEGIN TO MODERATE NEXT WEEK WITH 60S AND 70S LIKELY BY
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY.

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MCLOVIN





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