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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER DULUTH MN
1003 AM CDT SUN SEP 21 2014

SKIES WERE CLOUDY OVER THE NORTHWESTERN AND SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE
STATE LATE THIS MORNING WITH PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES ELSEWHERE.
TEMPERATURES AT 10 AM RANGED FROM 43 DEGREES AT THE GRAND MARAIS
AIRPORT TO 61 DEGREES AT MADISON. HIGH PRESSURE SLOWLY ARRIVING FROM
THE WEST THIS AFTERNOON WILL HELP SKIES CLEAR OUT BUT THE INCREASING
SUNSHINE WILL NOT BE ENOUGH TO OVERCOME THE INFLUX OF COLDER AIR.
HIGHS THIS AFTERNOON WILL ONLY REMAIN IN THE 60S STATEWIDE. AS HIGH
PRESSURE SETTLES IN OVERHEAD TONIGHT...THE COMBINATION OF CLEAR
SKIES AND CALMING WINDS WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO PLUMMET INTO THE
40S STATEWIDE...EXCEPT FOR THE TWIN CITIES METRO WHICH WILL HOLD
CLOSE TO 50 DEGREES. PLENTY OF SUNSHINE IS EXPECTED FOR MONDAY WITH
SLIGHTLY WARMER HIGH TEMPERATURES...WITH MAXIMUMS REACHING THE UPPER
60S TO MIDDLE 70S.

TEMPERATURES WILL REMAIN FAIRLY STEADY THROUGH THE MIDDLE OF THE
WEEK WITH HIGHS GENERALLY RANGING FROM THE MID 60S TO THE MID 70S. A
WEAK LOW PRESSURE WAVE WILL GRAZE THE NORTH STAR STATE MIDWEEK...
BRINGING POSSIBLY THE ONLY CHANCE OF RAIN FOR THE STATE TUESDAY
NIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY NIGHT. AFTER THE POTENTIAL FOR SHOWERS MID
WEEK...THE WEATHER IS AGAIN EXPECTED TO BE WARM AND DRY TO CLOSE OUT
THE WEEK. PORTIONS OF SOUTHERN MINNESOTA COULD BE UP NEAR 80 BY
FRIDAY.

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