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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
425 AM CDT Wed AUG 17 2016

Thunderstorms that produced heavy rainfall and localized flash
flooding Tuesday afternoon, had moved into eastern Wisconsin early
this morning. Other storms developed near Mankato prior to midnight
and moved southeast, and south of the Iowa border after 2 am. Some
of the heavier rainfall reports from yesterday storms include four
to five inches near Shakopee and Burnsville, and two to three inches
from Lakeville to Farmington. There were also a few totals near two
inches around the University of Minnesota.

During the pre dawn hours, skies were mostly clear, with the
exception in the far southeast. Some fog also formed overnight
where local surface visibilities lowered to one quarter of a mile or
less. Pre dawn temperatures were in the 50s to mid 60s. Any morning
fog should quickly dissipate after sunrise. Although most areas
will remain dry today, an isolated shower or storm is still possible
in southern Minnesota, especially along the Iowa border.

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