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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DULUTH MN
1156 AM CDT WED APR 23 2014

AN ARC OF RAIN STRETCHED FROM NORTHWESTERN MINNESOTA THROUGH THE
TWIN CITIES AND SOUTHEASTWARD TO ROCHESTER LATE THIS MORNING. A
FEW LIGHTNING STRIKES WERE REPORTED WITH THE BAND OVER THE DAKOTAS
AND IOWA EARLIER THIS MORNING. SKIES WERE CLOUDY ACROSS THE
STATE...EXCEPT FOR THE NORTHEAST WHERE THERE WERE A FEW BREAKS IN
THE CLOUDS. 11 AM TEMPERATURES RANGED FROM AROUND 40 DEGREES
UNDER THE RAIN BAND...TO 54 DEGREES AT ROSEAU.

THE CLOUDS AND RAIN WILL MOVE ACROSS THE REMAINDER OF THE STATE
THIS AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT. CLEARING MAY DEVELOP OVER THE
SOUTHWEST AS THE RAIN ADVANCES NORTHEAST...WHICH WOULD REINTRODUCE A
CHANCE OF THUNDER OVER THOSE AREAS LATE THIS AFTERNOON. HIGH
TEMPERATURES THIS AFTERNOON WILL RANGE FROM THE UPPER 40S
NORTHEAST AND WHERE RAIN IS FALLING...TO THE UPPER 50S SOUTHWEST.
LOWS TONIGHT WILL COOL INTO THE LOW 30S NORTHEAST...TO THE MIDDLE
40S SOUTHWEST.

THE PRECIPITATION FOCUS WILL SHIFT TO THE NORTH FOR THURSDAY WITH
RAIN EXPECTED OVER THE NORTHERN HALF OF THE STATE. THE RAIN MAY
MIX WITH OR CHANGE TO SNOW DURING THE AFTERNOON OVER THE
NORTHEAST. SEVERAL INCHES OF ACCUMULATION ARE POSSIBLE ON GRASSY
OR ELEVATED SURFACES...ALONG WITH A CHANCE OF SLUSHY ACCUMULATION ON
ROADWAYS. TEMPERATURES WILL RANGE FROM THE MIDDLE 30S
NORTHEAST...TO THE LOW 60S SOUTHWEST.

$$

HUYCK






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