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WEATHER: Slightly warmer temps on the way today, rain late-week

Isolated storms develop tonight, but the best chance for widespread rain arrives later this week.

MINNESOTA, USA — An upper-level low will keep a few showers and thunderstorms around over the next few days, with highs ranging from the upper 70s to low 80s, which is seasonal.   

Our best shot at widespread rain will be Thursday night through Friday. Saturday also looks wet, but things start drying out in time for evening plans. Next week looks a bit quieter with more calm, sunny days.

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Credit: KARE 11

Tonight a few rounds of showers and storms develop that are quite isolated in nature. It's possible a few could make for a wet morning drive for folks in central Minnesota, but we aren't expecting anything severe. Lows fall into the mid 60s. 

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Another round of isolated storms appears likely Wednesday afternoon and night, with highs climbing back into the upper 70s and low 80s.

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