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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
455 AM CDT SUN AUG 24 2014

THUNDERSTORMS WERE RUMBLING ACROSS THE NORTH AND WEST SIDES OF THE
STATE THIS MORNING. THE HEAVIEST OF RAIN HAS REMAINED IN THE DAKOTAS
OVERNIGHT...BUT WE HAVE SEEN A GOOD HALF TO 1 INCH OF RAIN OUT IN
THE WEST OVERNIGHT. BESIDE THE RAIN...IT IS ANOTHER MUGGY AND MILD
MORNING...WITH TEMPERATURES STARTING OFF THE DAY IN THE MID 60S TO
MID 70S.

FOR TODAY...A COLD FRONT WILL BE MOVING INTO THE WEST BY THIS
AFTERNOON. VERY WARM AIR AHEAD OF THE FRONT WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES
PUSH UP TO NEAR 90 FOR MUCH OF THE EASTERN PART OF THE STATE IN
CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA. WE WILL ALSO SEE ANOTHER ROUND OF
THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOP ALONG THE FRONT...WHICH WILL FINALLY ALLOW
STORMS TO MOVE INTO EASTERN MINNESOTA THIS EVENING.

BEHIND THIS FRONT DRIER AND COOLER AIR WILL MOVE INTO THE
STATE...WITH LOWS MUCH OF NEXT WEEK DIPPING DOWN INTO THE 40S AND
50S...WITH HIGHS ONLY TOPPING OUT IN THE 60S AND 70S. THE FRONT
MOVING THROUGH TODAY WILL ALSO BE STALLING OUT ACROSS IOWA THROUGH
THURSDAY OF NEXT WEEK...WHICH WILL KEEP SHOWER AND THUNDERSTORM
CHANCES GOING ACROSS THE SOUTH MOST DAYS NEXT WEEK.

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