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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
340 AM CDT Wed May 24 2017

Partly to mostly cloudy skies prevailed overnight as a large upper
level low pressure system drifted south into Iowa. Any and all
showers gradually dissipated with the departure of the low. Early
morning temperatures settled into the mid 30s up north to the upper
40s near the Iowa border.

A mix of sun and clouds can be expected today through tomorrow as
high pressure enters from the west and becomes the prevailing
feature across the area today and Thursday. Temperatures will
continue on a warming trend from yesterday through tomorrow. Highs
today will climb into the middle 60s for much of the state followed
by highs around 70 on Thursday.

A slightly more unsettled pattern will develop for the end of the
week into the Memorial Day weekend as a cold is expected to slowly
push across the state. Several chances of showers and thunderstorms
are in the forecast while highs generally range from the mid 60s to
the mid 70s over the period.

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