Here comes more rain, and a whole lotta' wind in southern Minnesota

Winds become gusty out of the east on Tuesday afternoon.
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We got knocked down with a cold, wet weekend. We got back up and enjoyed a pleasant Monday. And now we're going to get knocked down, but we'll get up again because the weather is never gonna' keep us down. 

Minnesota has been tub-thumped Chumbawamba style by a rollercoaster of cool, rainy days in May, and Tuesday will be the latest. 

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According to the National Weather Service, rain will work its way into southern Minnesota Tuesday afternoon and then eventually reach the Twin Cities around 7 p.m., with rain lasting through the overnight into Wednesday morning.  

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In addition to the rain, winds will be howling with gusts in excess of 40 mph. A wind advisory has been issued for pretty much the entire southern half of Minnesota, in effect from 2 p.m. until 1 a.m. Wednesday. East winds sustained 25-35 mph will gust 40-55 mph. 

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Looking ahead, the unseasonably cool temperatures are showing no signs of fading. The 8- to- 14-day temperature outlook from the Climate Prediction Center shows probabilities continuing to favor below normal temps for all of Minnesota through the first few days of June. 

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