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Stretch of record highs this week... enjoy!

According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, parts of Minnesota will get a taste of May weather this week. Some clouds and light rain will linger Monday before a stretch of record high temperatures in the 60s and 70s moves in for the rest of the work week. That's about 30 degrees above normal.
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According to the National Weather Service in the Twin Cities, parts of Minnesota will get a taste of May weather this week. Some clouds and light rain will linger Monday before a stretch of record high temperatures in the 60s and 70s moves in for the rest of the work week. That's about 30 degrees above normal.

Check out the latest forecast from KSTP below:

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