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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1103 AM CDT MON APR 13 2015

A FEW CLOUDS WERE OVER THE NORTHERN PART OF THE STATE LATE THIS
MORNING WITH CLEAR SKIES ELSEWHERE. TEMPERATURES AT 11 AM RANGED
FROM 46 DEGREES AT WASKISH TO 59 DEGREES AT WINONA.

A FEW RAIN SHOWERS MAY DEVELOP OVER THE NORTHEASTERN PART OF THE
STATE THIS AFTERNOON BUT THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE WILL STAY DRY.
THE COMBINATION OF STRONG WESTERLY WINDS AND LOW RELATIVE HUMIDITIES
WILL LEAD TO A FIRE DANGER THREAT FOR MOST OF THE STATE...EXCEPT FOR
THE SOUTHEAST...THROUGH EARLY THIS EVENING. THE RAIN SHOWERS OVER
THE NORTH WILL DIMINISH EARLY THIS EVENING. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD
IN FROM THE SOUTHERN PLAINS TONIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY. WINDS WILL
BECOME SOUTHERLY DURING THE DAY ON TUESDAY BRINGING A RETURN TO THE
MILDER TEMPERATURES.

HIGH TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL RANGE FROM THE MID 50S NORTH
TO THE LOWER 60S SOUTH. LOW TEMPERATURES TONIGHT WILL BE IN THE 30S.
HIGHS ON TUESDAY WILL RANGE FROM THE 50S OVER THE TIP OF THE
ARROWHEAD TO THE LOWER 70S SOUTHWEST.

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