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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1108 AM CDT SUN APR 12 2015

CLOUDS WERE OVER NORTHERN PORTION OF THE STATE LATE THIS MORNING
WITH A FEW RAIN SHOWERS OVER THE NORTH CENTRAL. SKIES WERE MOSTLY
CLEAR OVER THE SOUTH. TEMPERATURES AT 11 AM RANGED FROM 41 DEGREES
AT FLAG ISLAND TO 70 DEGREES AT WILLMAR.

A COLD FRONT WILL BEGIN TO MOVE INTO THE WESTERN PART OF THE STATE
THIS AFTERNOON. AS THE AFTERNOON WEARS ON...SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP AHEAD OF THE FRONT. SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL BECOME MORE NUMEROUS OVER THE CENTRAL PART OF THE
STATE LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY THIS EVENING. THE SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL MOVE OVER THE EAST THIS EVENING BEFORE MOVING OUT
OF THE STATE TONIGHT. HIGH PRESSURE WILL BUILD IN FROM THE CENTRAL
PLAINS ON MONDAY BRINGING DRY WEATHER CONDITIONS TO THE STATE.

HIGH TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL RANGE FROM THE LOWER 60S
NORTHWEST TO THE MID 70S SOUTHWEST. LOWS TONIGHT WILL RANGE FROM THE
MID 30S NORTHWEST TO THE LOWER 40S SOUTHEAST. HIGHS ON MONDAY WILL
RANGE FROM THE MID 50S NORTH TO THE LOWER 60S SOUTH.

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