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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
440 AM CDT THU APR 10 2014

THE PASSAGE OF A COLD FRONT WILL REPLACE YESTERDAYS 50S THOUGH LOWER
80S WITH HIGHS IN THE 40S...50S AND 60S TODAY. IT WILL AGAIN BE
BREEZY...THOUGH WE WILL BE REPLACING THE SOUTHWEST WINDS OF
YESTERDAY WITH NORTHWEST WINDS TODAY. AFTER MORNING CLOUDS...SKIES
WILL BE CLEAR FOR MUCH OF THE AFTERNOON...BEFORE CLOUDS ARRIVE WITH
THE NEXT SYSTEM TONIGHT.

FRIDAY WILL SEE TEMPERATURES ABOUT 10 DEGREES WARMER THAN
TODAY...THOUGH WE WILL AGAIN HAVE TO WORK CLOUDS AND OCCASIONAL
BOUTS OF LIGHT RAIN ACROSS THE STATE LATE TONIGHT INTO FRIDAY
MORNING. A MORE SIGNIFICANT FRONT AND WAVE OF LOW PRESSURE WILL
IMPACT THE UPPER MIDWEST FROM SATURDAY THROUGH MONDAY. FOR MN...LOOK
FOR BOUTS OF RAIN AND MILD TEMPERATURES SATURDAY...BEFORE THE
PASSAGE OF A STRONG COLD FRONT SATURDAY NIGHT SENDS TEMPERATURES
TUMBLING SUNDAY. ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES BY MONDAY WILL BE A GOOD 20
DEGREES BELOW NORMAL...MUCH OF THE PRECIPITATION WITH THIS SYSTEM
WILL REMAIN SOUTHEAST OF THE STATE SUNDAY AND MONDAY...WITH ONLY A
CHANCE FOR SOME RAIN AND SNOW SHOWERS ON MONDAY ACROSS THE NORTHERN
HALF OF THE STATE AS MOISTURE WRAPS AROUND THE LOW THAT WILL BE
MOVING UP THROUGH THE GREAT LAKES. TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN COOL
THROUGH TUESDAY BEFORE SLOWLY MODERATING BACK CLOSER TO NORMAL THE
REST OF THE WEEK.

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