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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
405 AM CDT SAT AUG 30 2014

AN AREA OF LOW PRESSURE WAS EXITING THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE
STATE THIS MORNING...TAKING MOST OF THE RAIN WITH IT. THOUGH MUCH OF
THE RAIN IS GONE...THE CLOUDS REMAIN IN PLACE FOR ALL BUT THE
NORTHWEST CORNER...WHICH HAS ALLOWED AREAS AROUND HALLOCK TO FALL
INTO THE UPPER 40S. FOR THE REST OF US STUCK IN THE
CLOUDS...TEMPERATURES REMAIN IN THE 50S AND 60S.

FOR TODAY...THE CLOUDS OUT THERE NOW WILL BE STUBBORN TO
LEAVE...WITH MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS REMAINING IN PLACE WELL INTO
THE AFTERNOON...THIS WILL HELP HOLD HIGHS TODAY DOWN IN THE 60S AND
70S.

SUNDAY STILL LOOKS TO FEATURE THE PASSAGE OF A STRONG COLD
FRONT...WITH STRONG TO SEVERE STORMS LOOKING LIKE A GOOD BET ACROSS
MUCH OF THE STATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON INTO THE EVENING.
HOWEVER...BEFORE WE SEE THAT ACTIVITY...WE WILL LIKELY SEE AN AREA
OF THUNDERSTORMS WORK ACROSS NORTH DAKOTA TONIGHT AND INTO NORTHWEST
MINNESOTA SUNDAY MORNING.

SUNDAYS FRONT LOOKS TO CLEAR THE STATE BY EARLY MONDAY
MORNING...WITH LABOR LOOKING TO FEATURE CLEARING SKIES AND VERY
MILD TEMPERATURES...WITH HIGHS STAYING IN THE 70S. A FITTING END TO
A SUMMER THAT HAS BEEN VERY MILD...WITH NO SIGNIFICANT HEAT WAVES
SEEN THROUGH THE COURSE OF JUNE...JULY AND AUGUST.

MAINLY DRY WEATHER LOOKS TO HANG AROUND THROUGH WEDNESDAY...BUT THE
WEATHER LOOKS TO TURN INCREASINGLY HUMID AND MORE UNSETTLED THE
FURTHER INTO THE WEEK WE GET NEXT WEEK.

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