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  • Special Weather Statement issued August 19 at 7:07AM CDT by NWS
    ...Areas of Dense Fog This Morning... Through 9 AM, areas of dense valley fog will continue. This fog will reduce visibilities to less than a half mile. Those traveling early this morning should be on the look out for areas of dense fog. This fog should rapidly dissipate between 9 AM and 930 AM.
  • Special Weather Statement issued August 19 at 6:39AM CDT by NWS
    ...AREAS OF DENSE FOG THIS MORNING... Fog developed overnight across much of central and south central Minnesota and west central Wisconsin. Expect the fog to be dense at times, with visibility down to around one-quarter mile. Those traveling this morning should be prepared to encounter significant visibility reductions down to 100 feet in spots. The fog
  • Flood Warning issued August 18 at 8:53PM CDT until August 22 at 1:00AM CDT by NWS
    ...The National Weather Service in Chanhassen has issued a flood warning for the following rivers in Minnesota... Redwood River near Redwood Falls affecting Redwood County .This river forecast is based on observed precipitation of 9.50 inches on August 16 through August 17. In addition, the area received up to 2.5 inches today, August 18. The National Weather Service will

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