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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
310 AM CDT SAT APR 22 2017

Some high clouds streamed across the state overnight. Thickest over
the far south and far northwest. Early morning temepratures ranged
from the upper 20s northeast to the mid 40s southeast.

A cold front will drop south across the north today. This will
spread more clouds over the north along with a chance of showers
mainly in the afternoon over the far north. The south will remain
dry with more sunshine. Temperatures should warm through the 60s
south and in the mid 40s to lower 50s north.

The front is forecast to drop into southern Minnesota Sunday
morning. Thicker clouds will spread south overnight along with the
threat of rain and snow north. Lows are expected in the lower 30s
north to mid 40s south.

Clouds and rain chances should remain to the north Sunday with dry
conditions continuing to the south. Sunday afternoon readings are
expected in the mid 40s north to upper 60s south.

The unsettled weather pattern is expected to continue through much
of the coming week with highs trending below normal once again.

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