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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES MN
435 AM CDT SAT MAY 16 2015

ALL OF THE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS THAT DEVELOPED ACROSS THE
PLAINS AND MIDWEST OVERNIGHT WERE KEPT IN IOWA AND SOUTH DAKOTA AS
OF 430 AM. OUR STATE WAS MOSTLY CLOUDY BUT STILL COOL FOR MID MAY AS
PRE DAWN TEMPERATURES IN THE NORTH WERE IN THE 30S AND 40S. THE FAR
SOUTHERN PART OF THE STATE HAD A WARM FRONT NEAR THE AREA WHICH KEPT
TEMPERATURES NEAR 60 DEGREES. PRE DAWN TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE STATE
RANGED FROM 32 DEGREES AT CRANE LAKE...TO 61 DEGREES AT FAIRMONT.

WIDELY SCATTERED SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WILL LIKELY OCCUR IN THE
FAR SOUTHWEST AROUND SUNRISE. A FEW SHOWERS MAY MOVE INTO FAR
SOUTHERN MINNESOTA ALSO...BUT THE BULK OF THE SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL OCCUR IN THE AFTERNOON...AND ESPECIALLY OVERNIGHT
AS A STRONG STORM SYSTEM BEGINS TO MOVE OUT OF THE PLAINS AND INTO
THE UPPER MIDWEST.

EARLY NEXT WEEK LOOKS TO BE DRY BUT COOL WITH A TEMPERATURES NEAR
FREEZING TUESDAY MORNING.

$$

JLT


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