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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1131 AM CDT WED JUN 3 2015

LATE WEDNESDAY MORNING... A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WAS CENTERED IN
NORTHERN MINNESOTA AND WAS PRODUCING SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS
ACROSS THE SOUTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. MORNING LOWS WERE IN THE
50S AND 60S. OVERNIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING... NORTHERN
MINNESOTA RECEIVED A DECENT AMOUNT OF RAIN... RANGING FROM A TRACE
TO UP TO AN INCH IN SOME LOCATIONS.

A FRONT IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE LOW PRESSURE WILL LEAD TO MORE SHOWERS
AND THUNDERSTORMS THROUGHOUT THE DAY THAT WILL BE PUSHING INTO
WISCONSIN AND IOWA THIS EVENING. OUTSIDE OF A HIT AND MISS SHOWERS
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ACROSS THE SOUTH...THESE DAYS WILL BE DRY
ACROSS THE STATE...WITH THUNDERSTORM CHANCES INCREASING AGAIN OVER
THE WEEKEND AS ANOTHER COLD FRONT SWEEPS ACROSS THE STATE.

TEMPERATURES OVER THE NEXT WEEK WILL REMAIN FAIRLY UNIFORM...WITH
HIGHS MAINLY IN THE 70S AND LOWS IN THE 50S AND 60S...THOUGH SOME
LOWS IN THE 40S WILL BE POSSIBLE IN THE ARROWHEAD FRIDAY AND
SATURDAY MORNINGS WHERE SKIES WILL HAVE A CHANCES TO CLEAR OUT.


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MCLOVIN





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