A few rounds of rain showers and thunderstorms

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A frontal boundary will remain stalled out across southern Minnesota for Monday and in doing so this will allow for a few rounds of rain showers and thunderstorms in our region. Scattered rain showers and thunderstorms will remain likely in our region as we head through the Fourth of July holiday, and some of these will likely continue into the evening and overnight hours.

By Tuesday, an area of high pressure to our north may push this frontal boundary just far enough to the south that things may end up a bit quiet in our region. However, a quick-moving system may move through on Wednesday, helping to give us additional chances for rain showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday afternoon and into Wednesday night.

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