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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
430 AM CDT WED MAY 4 2016

CLEAR SKIES AND COOL TEMPERATURES PREVAILED OVERNIGHT ACROSS THE
NORTH STAR STATE AS A COLD FRONT DROPPED SOUTHWARD INTO IOWA.
TEMPERATURES BOTTOMED OUT IN THE 20S AND 30S UP NORTH AND IN THE 40S
IN SOUTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE.

PLENTY OF SUNSHINE IS EXPECTED TODAY BUT CANADIAN HIGH PRESSURE
FOLLOWING THE DEPARTED COLD FRONT INTO THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER
VALLEY WILL KEEP TEMPERATURES GENERALLY IN THE 60S TODAY. CLEAR
SKIES AND LIGHT WINDS TONIGHT WILL ALLOW TEMPERATURES TO PLUMMET TO
THE 20S AND 30S FOR THE EASTERN HALF OF THE STATE...WHILE WESTERN
PORTIONS WILL START TO EXPERIENCE SOME WARMING WHICH WILL HALT LOWS
IN THE 40S TO NEAR 50.

THE WARMING TREND WILL CONTINUE THURSDAY THROUGH FRIDAY WITH MAINLY
CLEAR SKIES. HIGHS ON THURSDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 70S TO THE
MID 80S...WHILE FRIDAY WILL BE EVEN WARMER WITH MOST OF THE STATE
CLIMBING TO THE 80S WHILE SOUTHWESTERN PORTIONS MAY HIT THE 90
DEGREE MARK.

THE NEXT CHANCE OF PRECIPITATION...ALBEIT A SMALL ONE...COMES WITH A
WEAK COLD FRONT FRIDAY NIGHT. BETTER CHANCES OF PRECIPITATION ARE
EXPECTED FOR EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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