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Weather Summary for Minnesota
National Weather Service Twin Cities/Chanhassen MN
450 AM CDT Tue May 15 2018

A cold front is slowly dropping south across the state this morning,
namely over southern Minnesota. North of the front, much of the
northland plus central Minnesota has clear skies with much drier and
more comfortable air with temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Along and
south of the front, very humid air with areas of fog, some of which
is dense with visibilities down to a quarter mile, is in place with
temperatures in the 50s. As the front continues to progress south,
it will scour out the fog by late morning and allow for plenty of
sunshine today behind the front. Highs will climb to the 70s
statewide, except only into the upper 50s to mid 60s near the north
shore.

Weak high pressure will prevail into Wednesday, allowing for
continued dry but warmer conditions tomorrow as highs climb into the
lower to middle 80s.

Another cold front will drop south across the state Thursday through
Saturday, producing multiple periods of showers and thunderstorms
along with a cooling trend which will drop highs back into the 60s
for the upcoming weekend.

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