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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1152 AM CDT MON MAR 30 2015

LOW PRESSURE WAS MOVING TO THE SOUTH EAST AND STRETCHED FROM THE
MANITOBA LAKES INTO THE EASTERN DAKOTAS. MEANWHILE...HIGH
PRESSURE EXISTED NORTH OF LAKE SUPERIOR THIS MORNING. CLOUDS WERE
COMMON ACROSS MUCH OF MINNESOTA THIS MORNING TO THE EAST OF THE
LOW CENTER. NORTH EAST MINNESOTA STARTED THE DAY WITH CLEAR SKIES
HOWEVER CLOUDS WERE INCREASING RAPIDLY THROUGH OUT THE MORNING. BY
1100AM CLOUDS HAD THINNED ACROSS THE FAR SOUTH EAST SECTION OF MINNESOTA.

WARM TEMPERATURES WERE FOUND ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA DUE TO THE
SOUTHERLY FLOW TO THE EAST OF THE AFOREMENTIONED LOW PRESSURE
CENTER. UPPER 50S AND LOWER 60S WERE COMMON SOUTH AND WEST OF THE
MINNESOTA RIVER. LIGHT PRECIPITATION WAS REPORTED AT ONLY A FEW
STATIONS FROM THE NORTH OF THE BRAINERD LAKES REGION TO THE UPPER
ST. CROIX. AT 1100AM TEMPERATURES WERE IN THE LOWER 40S UNDER THE
EXPANSIVE CLOUD DECK WHICH WAS CREATING OVERCAST SKIES.

AFTERNOON CONDITIONS WILL BECOME SHOWERY FOR THE NORTH AND EAST
THIS AFTERNOON AND LINGER OVERNIGHT AS THE LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
SLIDES OVER THE ARROWHEAD TONIGHT AND INTO NORTHERN WISCONSIN
TOMORROW. RAIN AND SNOW CAN BE EXPECTED ACROSS EXTREME
NORTHEASTERN MINNESOTA TONIGHT.

TEMPERATURES WILL WARM INTO MID WEEK...ESPECIALLY ON WEDNESDAY
WHEN A WARM FRONT DEVELOPS AHEAD OF AN APPROACHING LOW. THERE IS THE
POTENTIAL FOR A FEW THUNDERSTORMS ON WEDNESDAY IN FAR SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA. THE POTENTIAL FOR PRECIPITATION LOOKS GREATEST ON
WEDNESDAY IN THE EXTREME SOUTH EAST CORNER OF OUR STATE.

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