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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
420 AM CDT FRI APR 29 2016

A BROAD AREA OF LIGHT RAIN THAT OCCURRED THURSDAY EVENING OVER
PORTIONS OF EASTERN AND SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...HAD ENDED PRIOR TO 3
AM. IN THE WAKE OF THE LIGHT RAIN...FOG HAD FORMED IN PARTS OF
SOUTHERN AND CENTRAL MINNESOTA. SOME OF THE FOG WAS LOCALLY DENSE
WITH VISIBILITIES LESS THAN ONE QUARTER OF A MILE. MOST OF NORTHERN
MINNESOTA WAS CLEAR WITH A FEW CLOUDS IN THE ARROWHEAD. WHERE SKIES
CLEARED OR BECAME MOSTLY CLEAR...TEMPERATURES DROPPED INTO THE LOW
TO MID 30S. IN THE ARROWHEAD...TEMPERATURES FELL INTO THE 20S AT
BOTH HIBBING AND CRANE LAKE. EVEN A FEW LOWER 30S OCCURRED PRIOR TO
SUNRISE AROUND THE TWIN CITIES METRO AREA. I WOULD NOT BE SURPRISED
TO SEE SOME PATCHY FROST AROUND THE TWIN CITIES THIS MORNING.

OVER THE NEXT SEVERAL DAYS MOST OF THE STATE WILL BE DRY WITH
TEMPERATURES SLOWLY MODERATING. ONLY FAR SOUTHERN MINNESOTA...NEAR
THE IOWA BORDER...HAS THE BEST CHANCE OF RECEIVING RAINFALL. THE
BEST CHANCE IN SOUTHERN MINNESOTA WILL OCCUR SATURDAY AFTERNOON
THROUGH SUNDAY MORNING.

$$

JLT



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