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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
300 AM CDT Tue Oct 10 2017

Light winds and cool high pressure over the region this morning is
contributing to temperatures plummeting to the mid 20s up north and
the 30s in central and southern portions of the state. Aside from
clouds over far southeastern Minnesota, the bulk of the state is
mainly clear. This is resulting in frost formation over much of the
state.

High pressure will be maintained over northern and central portions
today, allowing for mainly clear skies. However, a low pressure
system will shift east over the mid-Mississippi River Valley into
the Ohio River Valley through tonight. This system will spread
clouds with isolated to scattered showers over southern Minnesota
this afternoon and evening. Highs will remain in the 50s statewide.

This system will pull away to the east tonight, allowing high
pressure to remain in control Wednesday into Thursday. The next
serious threat of more widespread rain will arrive late in the week
and into the weekend as another storm system takes shape over the
upper Midwest. Temperatures will go on a gradual warming trend
through midweek to above normal values then drop back down to near
normal by the weekend.

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