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August 15, 2012

   Our average high in the Twin Cities this August has been 81.8 degrees. That’s close to average, and a nice break from the sweltering heat of July. Today (Wednesday) is very summery, with dewpoints in the 60s and an afternoon high in the 80s. If you like summery weather, get out in it this afternoon…a big change is coming. An impressive cold front will move through tonight, and much cooler highs are expected on Thursday. You can expect Twin Cities high temperatures in the cool 70s Friday through Sunday. 

  Looking ahead a bit, the 6-10 day outlook from the Climate Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a tendency for below-normal temperatures over Minnesota and Wisconsin next week:

  If cool temperatures do linger through next week, we’ll be well on our way to a cooler than normal August. That would end an impressive warm streak. We haven’t had a month that was cooler than normal in the Twin Cities since May of 2011!.

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