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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
515 AM CDT SUN JUL 6 2014

SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS PUSHED ACROSS PARTS OF NORTHERN AND
CENTRAL MINNESOTA OVERNIGHT. SOME OF THE STORMS WERE STRONG IN THE
NORTH AND WEST...AND PRODUCED INTENSE LIGHTNING...50 TO 60 MPH
WINDS...LARGE HAIL...AND HEAVY DOWNPOURS. MEANWHILE...THE SOUTHERN
PART OF THE STATE REMAINED BLANKETED WITH A DECK OF LOW CLOUDS AND
WAS ALSO EXPERIENCING VISIBILITY REDUCTIONS DUE TO FOG. TEMPERATURES
REMAINED ELEVATED IN THE MID 60S TO LOWER 70S.

A COLD FRONT WILL SWEEP ACROSS THE STATE TODAY. AHEAD OF THE
FRONT...HIGHS WILL CLIMB INTO THE UPPER 70S NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR...TO
THE LOW 90S WEST. HEAT INDICES WILL FOLLOW SUIT...AND MODERATE TO
BETWEEN 90 AND 95 DEGEES/.

THE DAYTIME HEATING WILL THEN IGNITE ANOTHER ROUND OF THUNDERSTORMS
THIS AFTERNOON...PRIMARILY OVER SOUTHEASTERN MINNESOTA. THESE STORMS
WILL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO BE SEVERE THIS AFTERNOON...GENERALLY EAST
OF INTERSTATE 35. THERE WOULD BE A SLIGHT RISK OF DAMAGING WINDS AND
LARGE HAIL...AS WELL AS A MINIMAL TORNADO THREAT.



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