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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1123 AM CDT SAT APR 18 2015

MORNING TEMPERATURES ACROSS MINNESOTA RANGED FROM 29 IN
INTERNATIONAL FALLS TO 55 IN MANKATO. TEMPERATURES HAD WARMED INTO
THE MIDDLE 60S THROUGH 1100AM ACROSS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA AND RANGED
FROM THE LOW 40S NEAR LAKE SUPERIOR TO UPPER 50S ELSEWHERE.

SUNNY SKIES WERE COMMON ACROSS MINNESOTA WITH CLOUDS STARTING TO
BUILD IN FROM THE SOUTH. THESE CLOUDS SIGNAL A RELATIVELY DRASTIC
CHANGE IN OUR WEATHER PATTERN.  A VIGOROUS LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM
WILL LIFT NORTHWARDS FROM COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN FRONT AND DRAW
MOIST AIR FROM THE SOUTH. THIS WILL DRIVE RAIN INTO SOUTHERN
MINNESOTA SATURDAY NIGHT. RAIN WILL PUNCH NORTHWARD SUNDAY MORNING
SPREADING A WIDE SPREAD ONE HALF INCH TO ONE INCH OF MUCH NEEDED
RAINFALL.

A BRIEF BREAK IN PRECIPITATION IS POSSIBLE SUNDAY NIGHT BEFORE
RETURNING...THIS TIME FROM THE NORTH...ON NORTHERLY FLOW. THIS
COULD RESULT IN SNOW...MOSTLY ACROSS THE NORTH DURING THE DAY ON
MONDAY. HIGH TEMPERATURES DECREASE EACH DAY THIS WEEKEND THEN
STRUGGLE INTO THE UPPER 30S AND LOWER 40S ON MONDAY.


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