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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
435 AM CDT THU SEP 18 2014

LOW CLOUDS AND FOG FORMED OVERNIGHT ACROSS PORTIONS OF CENTRAL AND
WEST CENTRAL MINNESOTA. THESE CONDITIONS WERE FORMED BY THE LEADING
EDGE OF A COOLER AIR MASS MOVING SW ACROSS THE STATE. THE FAR SOUTH
AND SOUTHWEST WERE MAINLY CLEAR...BUT SOME FOG FORMED PRIOR TO
SUNRISE. MOST OF NORTHERN MINNESOTA WAS CLOUDY DURING THE PRE DAWN
HOURS. PRE DAWN TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE 30S IN THE ARROWHEAD...AND
IN PORTIONS OF EAST CENTRAL MINNESOTA WHERE CLOUDS BROKE UP
TEMPORARILY. A FEW 50S WERE STILL NOTED IN THE FAR WEST CENTRAL PART
OF THE STATE WHERE THE COOLER AIR MASS HAD NOT REACH PRIOR TO 5
AM.

ANY CLOUDS AND FOG THAT FORMED OR PERSISTED THIS MORNING SHOULD
QUICKLY BURN OFF BY NOON...WITH SOME RESIDUAL CLOUD COVER THIS
AFTERNOON ALONG WITH TEMPERATURES RISING INTO THE 70S IN THE
SOUTH...TO THE 60S IN THE NORTHEAST.

A CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL OCCUR ACROSS NORTHERN
MINNESOTA DURING THE EVENING...WITH SOME OF THE ACTIVITY MOVING AS
FAR SOUTH AS CENTRAL MINNESOTA BY FRIDAY MORNING. MOST OF THE REGION
WILL GET WET FRIDAY NIGHT...WITH A COOL WEEKEND EXPECTED.

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JLT









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