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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES MN
340 AM CDT Sun May 29 2016

It was mainly cloudy across the state overnight. An exception was
the southwest where it was clear to partly cloudy. Light rain and
drizzle were common in the north along with areas of fog near Lake
Superior. Scattered showers occurred across central and southeast
areas of the state. Rainfall amounts were light with a few hundredths
of an inch. Temperatures at 330 am were in the middle 50s to lower
60s.

The clouds and precipitation across the region were associated with
a low pressure system over Minnesota and Wisconsin. The low will
move slowly eastward today. Scattered showers will occur around the
periphery of the low along with some isolated thunderstorms this
afternoon. Highs today will range from the middle 60s in the
northeast to the upper 70s in the southwest.

A few showers and thunderstorms will linger across the northeast
early tonight, otherwise it will be mostly clear across the state.
Areas of fog are expected to develop across central and northeast
sections of the state after midnight. Overnight lows will be in the
50s.

Memorial Day will be dry for much of the state. An exception is the
southwest where some showers and thunderstorms are possible,
especially in the afternoon. Highs tomorrow will be in the middle
70s to lower 80s.

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