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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
330 AM CDT TUE AUG 19 2014

MOSTLY CLOUDY CONDITIONS PREVAILED OVER NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE
STATE OVERNIGHT WHILE MOSTLY CLEAR SKIES DEVELOPED OVER CENTRAL AND
SOUTHERN PORTIONS. AREAS OF FOG CAN BE FOUND ACROSS THE STATE WHICH
WILL LAST THROUGH DAYBREAK THEN A MIX OF SUN AND CLOUDS IS EXPECTED
TODAY. EASTERN PARTS OF THE STATE WILL BE SUBJECT TO SCATTERED
SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS AS A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM EXITS INTO THE
GREAT LAKES. SKIES WILL THEN CLEAR OUT TONIGHT AS HIGH PRESSURE
ARRIVES BUT FOG IS EXPECTED TO BE FAIRLY WIDESPREAD OVERNIGHT INTO
WEDNESDAY MORNING.

HIGH PRESSURE WILL DOMINATE ON WEDNESDAY...ALLOWING FOR A DRYING OUT
PERIOD. HOWEVER...THIS WILL BE SHORT-LIVED AS A POTENT LOW PRESSURE
SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO MOVE ACROSS THE STATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO
THURSDAY...BRINGING ADDITIONAL RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS STATEWIDE.
ANOTHER SYSTEM IS THEN EXPECTED OVER THE WEEKEND...AGAIN BRINGING
MORE SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS.

AS FOR TEMPERATURES...WARM AND HUMID CONDITIONS WILL REMAIN IN PLACE
THROUGH THE REST OF THE WORK WEEK AS HIGHS CLIMB THROUGH THE 80S FOR
ALL BUT FAR NORTHERN PORTIONS OF THE STATE THROUGH FRIDAY. WHILE
LOCALES NEAR THE INTERNATIONAL BORDER REMAIN IN THE 70S...SOME SPOTS
NEAR THE IOWA BORDER MAY HIT THE 90-DEGREE MARK. GOING INTO THE
WEEKEND...A NOTICEABLE COOLING TREND IS EXPECTED WHICH WILL LAST
INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK.

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