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Posted 6/11/2021 11:42 (#9053441 - in reply to #9053251)
Subject: from NWS twin cities

(The extended period offers very little day to day chance as surface
high pressure prevails over head and an mid-level ridging across the
western CONUS. Temperatures remain well above normal throughout the
period. Highs will be in the 80s Monday through Wednesday and into
the 90s for Sunday, Thursday, and Friday. One difference is the
origin of the airmass will be Pacific-based rather than from the
southern CONUS, this means we`ll have lower dew points and low
relative humidity with this heat. This also means that we`ll stay
dry and likely worsen the drought conditions across portions of
central and southern MN. The NBM PoPS remain below 15 through the
extended other than some fringe 16 to 18 pops Wednesday night into
Thursday. Looking beyond the extended period, both the EPS and GEFS
continue to favor above normal temperatures over the next 10 to 14)

Northwesterly flow doesn't bring moisture of any great amounts
Until the southerly moisture from the gulf streams north it will remain
dryer then normal .
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