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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
315 AM CDT SUN May 21 2017

Rain and drizzle were found across the state overnight. The more
steady rain occurred to the north after midnight with periods of
light rain and drizzle over the south. Early morning temperatures
ranged from the upper 30s northeast to the lower 50s in the
southeast.

An area of low pressure was lifting slowly northeast across southern
Minnesota this morning. It pulled in slightly warmer air to the
southeast after midnight...with temperatures warming into the lower
50s. As the low lifts northeast into Wisconsin...a fair amount of
rain will continue to the north and west...especially this morning.
It is expect to become more showery as the day progresses and lifts
east. With the abundant cloud cover expected...afternoon temperatures
will be held in the upper 40s to lower 50s.

Unsettled weather conditions will continue through Tuesday as the
upper low pressure trough lingers over the western Great Lakes
region. This will continue the chance of showers and even some
thunderstorms over parts of southern Minnesota. The next dry day is
expected to return for Wednesday along with more sunshine.
Temperatures are forecast to remain below normal through midweek but
should warm into the 70s by late in the week.

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