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After a period of unsettled weather brought warmer air and storms through the Minneapolis area, conditions will improve as the weekend comes to a close.
Temperatures will be closer to normal for Sunday as highs hover in the mid-70s with plenty of sunshine.
The pleasant weather conditions are good news for fans attending the Twins weekend series against the Angels at Target Field or those heading to TCF Bank Stadium to watch the University of Minnesota battle Middle Tennessee State on the gridiron.
Overnight temperatures will swing from the mid-60s at midweek to the 50s by week’s end.
The next chance for showers or thunderstorms won't come until early this week.
Temperatures will remain the mid-70s Monday with a chance for evening thunderstorms in the area. By midweek, temperatures will slide into the mid-60s.
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