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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
503 AM CDT TUE MAY 19 2015

LOW CLOUDS AND AREAS OF DRIZZLE FILTERED ACROSS CENTRAL AND EASTERN
MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT...WHILE THE NORTHWEST PART OF THE STATE CLEARED
OUT. TEMPERATURES FELL BELOW FREEZING ACROSS MUCH OF THE
NORTH...WHILE MORE CLOUD COVER AND SLIGHTLY STRONGER WINDS ACROSS
THE CENTRAL AND SOUTH YIELDED WARMER MINIMUM TEMPERATURES IN THE MID
30S.

COOL WEATHER WILL PERSIST TODAY...ALTHOUGH TEMPERATURES WILL BE
NOTICEABLY WARMER THAN EXPERIENCED ON MONDAY. HIGHS WILL WARM INTO
THE LOW AND MID 50S UNDER LIGHTER NORTH TO NORTHWEST WINDS.

ANOTHER NIGHT WITH NEAR FREEZING OR SUB-FREEZING TEMPERATURES IS
POSSIBLE ACROSS THE NORTH TONIGHT...WHILE INCREASING CLOUDS
ASSOCIATED WITH A WEATHER DISTURBANCE TO THE SOUTH WILL MAKE FOR
WARMER LOWS IN THE 40S ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA.

TEMPERATURES WILL GRADUALLY WARM THROUGH THE WEEK...WITH HIGHS IN
THE 60S NEARLY STATEWIDE BY THURSDAY.


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