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AWUS83 KMPX 280840

340 AM CDT Sat May 28 2016

Clouds covered the state overnight. A few showers and thunderstorms
moved into the far south after midnight with a few lingering
showers in the northeast. Early morning temperatures were ranging in
the mid 50s along the north shore to the lower 60s south.

A weak area of low pressure will lift northeast into southern
Minnesota today.  It will remain the focus of showers and
thunderstorms for much of the state into tonight.  The greatest
likelihood for showers and thunderstorms will be found to the east
and south. With the abundant cloud cover...temperatures are expected
to remain in the mid 60s to lower 70s today.

The low is expected o move slowly northeast into Wisconsin by late
Saturday...and will continue the threat of showers and thunderstorms
for the entire state through Sunday. High temperatures Sunday should
range in the lower 70S northeast to lower 80s southwest.

Memorial Day is expected to have a bit more sunshine and the
thunderstorm risk should be limited to southern Minnesota as weak
high pressure builds across the Great Lakes.  Highs are expected to
range in the mid 70s northeast to the lower 80s in the south.

The unsettled pattern is expected to remain through at least midweek
with temperatures near or slightly below normal.

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