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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
315 AM CDT THU OCT 16 2014

SOME HIGH CLOUDS MOVED ACROSS THE STATE OVERNIGHT. IT REMAINED DRY
HOWEVER. EARLY MORNING TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM THE UPPER 20S
NORTHEAST TO THE UPPER 40S SOUTHWEST.

ANOTHER MILD DAY IS IN STORE FOR THE STATE AS A COLD FRONT MOVES
FROM THE DAKOTAS THIS MORNING...TO EASTERN MINNESOTA BY LATE THIS
AFTERNOON. WARM AIR WILL LIFT OUT AHEAD OF THE FRONT AND WILL
PROVIDE AFTERNOON TEMPERATURES IN THE 60S NORTH TO SOME LOWER 70S
ACROSS THE SOUTH.

CLOUDS ARE EXPECTED TO DROP SOUTHEAST OVER MINNESOTA DURING THE
NIGHT.  THIS WILL USHER IN COOLER AIR AND THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS
ACROSS THE NORTH.  LOWS TONIGHT SHOULD DROP THROUGH THE 40S.

THE FRONT WILL EXIT THE REGION BY SATURDAY BUT CLOUDS AND COLDER
TEMPERATURES ARE FORECAST TO MOVE OVER THE STATE.  A LOW PRESSURE
TROUGH SHOULD LINGER OVER LAKE SUPERIOR FRIDAY...CONTINUING THE
CHANCE OF SHOWERS IN THE NORTH AND EAST.  HIGHS ON FRIDAY ARE
EXPECTED TO RANGE IN THE MID 4OS TO MID 50S.

COOL AND DRY WEATHER IS FORECAST THROUGH SATURDAY. ANOTHER WEATHER
SYSTEM WILL BRING IN MORE CLOUDS AND THE CHANCE OF SHOWERS TO
NORTHERN MINNESOTA FOR SUNDAY.  LOOKING AHEAD...MAINLY DRY AND MILD
CONDITIONS SHOULD LINGER WELL INTO NEXT WEEK.

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