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Forecast Discussion: Today, a cold front will move through the Twin Cities early in the day, enhancing atmospheric mixing and dispersing pollutants. As a result, AQI levels will be Good. Tomorrow, light southerly winds ahead of a weak cold front will reduce pollutant dispersion in Minneapolis-St. Paul. However, low pollutant carryover from Thursday will keep AQI levels Good. Saturday, moderate west-northwesterly winds behind the departing cold front will disperse pollutants and bring clean air into the Twin Cities region. Therefore, AQI levels will remain Good. Sunday and Monday, moderate south-southeasterly winds ahead of an approaching low-pressure system will bring pollutants and moisture into the Twin Cities region, enhancing particle formation and resulting in low-Moderate AQI levels on both days. Tuesday, the low-pressure system will move through Minnesota, enhancing mixing in the lower levels of the atmosphere and effectively dispersing pollutants. Therefore, AQI levels will will be Good.

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