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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
345 AM CDT Sun Jun 18 2017

Clouds and a few showers lingered over part of the north and east.
The southwest corner cleared after midnight. Early morning
temperatures ranged in the mid 50s to lower 60s.

Clouds are expected to linger much of the day across the state as a
few showers and isolated thunderstorms develop over the northeast
and parts of the southwest mainly during the afternoon. Cooler air
is expected to filter in on northwest breezes with high expected to
remain in the 60s north with a few lower 70s south.

Any showers that develop during the afternoon will dissipate in the
evening leaving partly cloudy conditions to the southwest and mostly
cloudy skies to the northeast. Overnight lows are expected to drop
through the upper 40s north and mid 50s south.

Showers and thunderstorms will once again be a threat into Monday as
a weak disturbance moves through the state. Highs should warm
through the mid 60s northeast and the mid 70s southwest.

The best shot of a dry day comes on Tuesday with a return to
unsettled conditions WEdnesday and THursday. Temperatures are
expected to warm back into the 80s for much of the state Wednesday,
but with the warmer air comes a better shot for showers and

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