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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
615 AM CDT WED AUG 13 2014

A FEW ISOLATED SHOWERS DRIFTED SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE STATE OVERNIGHT
BUT BY AND LARGE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES PREVAILED. A FEW AREAS OF FOG
ARE BEING REPORTED AROUND SUNRISE THIS MORNING BUT THE FOG WILL
DISSIPATE SHORTLY AFTER SUNRISE WITH MOSTLY SUNNY SKIES AGAIN
EXPECTED STATEWIDE FOR TODAY. AFTER TEMPERATURES BOTTOMED OUT
BETWEEN 50 AND 60 DEGREES THIS MORNING...HIGHS WILL RANGE FROM THE
MID 70S TO THE MID 80S...THOUGH IT WILL BE A LITTLE COOLER IN THE
ARROWHEAD.

A SIMILAR STORY IS EXPECTED FOR TONIGHT INTO THURSDAY WITH HIGH
PRESSURE CONTINUING TO PREVAIL. HOWEVER...A PATTERN CHANGE COMMENCES
ON FRIDAY AS HIGH PRESSURE GIVES WAY TO A SERIES OF WEAK FRONTAL
BOUNDARIES FOR THE END OF THIS WEEK THROUGH THE FIRST HALF OF NEXT
WEEK.

THIS WILL MEAN A CONTINUED GRADUAL WARMING OF TEMPERATURES BUT ALSO
A NOTICEABLE INCREASE IN HUMIDITY. IN ADDITION...THE MEANDERING
FRONTS WILL MEAN AN INCREASE IN CHANCES FOR SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS STARTING FRIDAY. NO PROLONGED RAINFALL OR WASHOUT DAYS
ARE EXPECTED BUT THE OCCASIONAL SHOWER OR THUNDERSTORM CAN DEVELOP
FROM TIME TO TIME THROUGH THE WEEKEND INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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