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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
420 AM CDT Sun Oct 15 2017

The wet weather system that brought heavy rainfall to portions of
western and central Minnesota on Saturday, had moved northeast into
the northern Great Lakes region.

Since midnight, the heaviest rainfall shifted northeast into the
arrowhead of Minnesota with occasional light rain and drizzle for
most of central, and southern Minnesota prior to 2 am. As of 4 am,
most of the light rain has moved into western Wisconsin. Rainfall
amounts since midnight were heaviest along the north shore of Lake
Superior with locally one to two tenths of an inch around Duluth and
Two Harbors. Once skies cleared, temperatures dropped below freezing
in the northwest. Hallock Minnesota had a cold reading of 19 degrees
as of 4 am. Elsewhere, temperatures ranged from the 20s to 30s, with
40s under the cloud cover and some light rain.

Most of the precipitation will have ended prior to sunrise. Only a
few light showers will be possible later today in northern and
central Minnesota as a weak disturbance moves southeast across the
state.

Next week will be dry and abnormally mild with readings 10 to 20
degrees above normal for mid October.

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