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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
128 PM CDT SAT AUG 23 2014

THUNDERSTORMS WERE MOVING EAST ACROSS SOUTHERN TIER OF MINNESOTA
THIS MORNING. THIS RAIN WAS ASSOCIATED WITH A LARGE STORM WHICH
STRETCHED SOUTH ACROSS IOWA AND LEFT OVER ONE INCH OF RAIN ALONG THE
SOUTHERN TIER COUNTIES. SKIES WERE CLOUDY STATE WIDE WITH MIST AND
FOG OBSCURING VISIBILITY AT MANY MONITORING STATIONS. AT 1100 AM
TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE LOW 60S ALONG THE NORTH SHORE TO 77
IN JACKSON AND WORTHINGTON.

SUNDAY LOOKS TO BRING WITH IT ONE OF THE HOTTEST DAYS OF THE YEAR
FOR SOUTHERN MN...WHERE HIGHS WILL BE TOPPING OUT A COUPLE OF
DEGREES ON EITHER SIDE OF 90. ADD IN THE STIFLING HUMIDITY...AND
HEAT INDICES FOR PLACES LIKE THE TWIN CITIES AND ROCHESTER WILL BE
PUSHING 100. THUNDERSTORMS ACTIVITY SUNDAY LOOKS TO REMAIN
CONFINED TO THE NORTH...WITH STORM CHANCES INCREASING MONDAY NIGHT
FARTHER SOUTH AS A COLD FRONT ADVANCES INTO EASTERN MINNESOTA.

NEXT WEEK IT WILL BE DRY ACROSS THE NORTH...BUT THERE WILL BE THE
POTENTIAL FOR A COUPLE OF ROUNDS OF HEAVY RAIN ACROSS SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA AS THE COLD FRONT SUNDAY LOOKS TO GET HUNG UP NEAR THE
IOWA BORDER THROUGH THURSDAY. THANKS TO THIS FRONT BEING NEARBY...WE
WILL SEE PLENTY OF CLOUD COVER TO HELP HOLD HIGHS BACK IN THE 70S
MOST DAYS AFTER MONDAY.

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