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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
425 AM CST SAT NOV 26 2016

An area of dense fog formed in southern and central Minnesota
overnight which led to visibilities less than one quarter of a mile
for several hours. The worst conditions were from Willmar, to the
Twin Cities, northward to Alexandria, St. Cloud and Long Prairie.
Clouds persisted across the north and northeast, with mostly clear
skies in the south and far west. Pre dawn temperatures across the
state ranged from the mid 20s near Willmar, Litchfield and Sauk
Center, to the middle 30s in the far southwest.

Clouds will likely persist in the northeast, with partial sunshine
for the rest of northern and central Minnesota. The most sunshine
will occur in the south where afternoon temperatures will be in the
mid to upper 40s.

More unsettled weather is expected on Sunday with rain developing
across the south, and spreading northward during the evening. Next
week looks to be wet and turning slightly cooler by the end.

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