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Next Weather: Flash flood threat in southeastern Minnesota

MINNEAPOLIS – Central and southern Minnesota who see more showers and storms Sunday, and there is a flash flood threat for far southeastern Minnesota through early Monday morning.

Temperatures will be below average across the state Sunday, with a high of 77 expected in the Twin Cities.  



Monday will be just as cool, but dry, less humid and with a lot more sunshine.

The rest of the work week will be dry and seasonable, with highs in the mid-80s. Friday will be our next chance for rain, and we may heat back up to 90 Saturday.

Source: CBS Minnesota

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