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Forecast Discussion: Today, moderate southwesterly winds ahead of an approaching low-pressure system will bring pollutants into the Twin Cities region. However, these winds will also disperse some pollutants, and low regional pollutant carryover from previous days will result in Good AQI levels. Tomorrow, light to moderate northwesterly winds behind the departing low-pressure system will effectively disperse pollutants in Minneapolis-St. Paul, keeping AQI levels Good. Tuesday through Thursday, surface high pressure building east of Minnesota will generate light to moderate south-southeasterly winds in the Twin Cities, gradually transporting regional pollutants into the Twin Cities. However, low regional pollutant carryover from day to day will yield Good AQI levels on all three days. Friday, high pressure will build into Minnesota, generating light winds in Minneapolis-St. Paul. These conditions will cause pollutants to build up near the ground, resulting in low-Moderate AQI levels.

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