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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
450 AM CDT FRI JUL 11 2014

THUNDERSTORMS WILL CONTINUE THIS MORNING...MAKING SLOW PROGRESS TO
THE EAST. THE STORMS ARE EXPECTED TO WEAKEN WITH TIME...WHICH MEANS
MUCH OF EASTERN MINNESOTA WILL END UP WITH LESS RAIN THAN WESTERN
AND CENTRAL MINNESOTA. PORTIONS OF CENTRAL MINNESOTA PICKED UP 2 TO
4 INCHES OF RAIN LAST NIGHT AND EARLY THIS MORNING.

AFTER THE RAIN CLEARS...LOOK FOR PARTLY SUNNY SKIES AND NICELY
WARMING TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON. WIDESPREAD 80S ARE EXPECTED
TODAY...WITH COOLER TEMPERATURES IN THE EAST. THERE ARE A COUPLE
MORE CHANCE FOR RAIN THIS COMING WEEKEND...BUT IT DOESN`T LOOK LIKE
A WASHOUT BY ANY MEANS AND MANY SPOTS WILL REMAIN DRY.

MUCH COOLER WEATHER WILL ARRIVE EARLY NEXT WEEK AND HANG AROUND FOR
A FEW DAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL BE WELL BELOW NORMAL NEXT WEEK WITH
HIGHS IN THE 50S AND 60S ON MONDAY AND TUESDAY...BEFORE A SLOW
WARMING TREND BEGINS ON WEDNESDAY.

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