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WEATHER SUMMARY FOR MINNESOTA
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE TWIN CITIES/CHANHASSEN MN
418 AM CDT THU OCT 23 2014

EARLY THIS MORNING...SHOWERS WERE DEPARTING EXTREME EASTERN MN WHILE
MUCH OF THE STATE WAS SEEING FOG AND LOW LEVEL STRATUS DEVELOP
BEHIND THE FRONT...OTHER AREAS MAINTAINED ENOUGH WIND TO REMAIN
CLEAR.  TRAVELERS SHOULD BE PREPARED TO SEE LOCALLY DENSE FOG THIS
MORNING. TEMPERATURES WERE GENERALLY IN THE MID 40S TO MID 50S.
SKIES AND THE FOG WILL CLEAR LATER THIS MORNING AFTER SUNRISE.
SOUTHERLY WINDS WILL TURN WESTERLY AND NOT BE AS STRONG AS
YESTERDAY. OTHERWISE...EXPECT RELATIVELY WARM TEMPERATURES AND DRY
WEATHER THROUGH MONDAY.

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