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EV-W IMPACT make rain clouds in a jar Tuesday, Sept. 10, Hannah from Meeker County 4-H did a cloud/rain activity with our IMPACT group at the Eden Valley Elementary School. They learned about how clouds and rain form in the atmosphere. Then we did an experiment making rain clouds in a jar. It was an amazing science experiment. Submitted photo. 4 It's EASY to renew or subscribe! By mail, phone, fax, web, or e-mall. (See order form on page 17.) Mark Anthony Meteorologist Rain won't return until Friday Weather column: The storm system that brough t showers to the region last Thursday, Friday, and Saturday finally moved out of the region by Sunday afternoon. This made for some nice weather for Sunday afternoon and evening across most of Minnesota. Temperatures started off this week very mild for this time of the year With temperatures in the 70s and even some lower 80s across parts of Southwest Minnesota this week; along with breezy condi- tions and low dew points, this cer- tainly increased the fire danger for wildfires across Minnesota. AS of Monday, the fire dan- ger index across Minnesota was in the low rating. However, with very mild temperatures and fairly strong winds this week that will dry things out in a hurry. As a result, "Red Flag Warnings" could be issued across parts of Minne- sota for the potential for wild fires. We won't really see the return of rainfall until Friday and possi- bly into early Saturday. Right now the area could see some show- ers and isolated thunderstorms mainly on Friday. It doesn't appear to be as much moisture and as long lasting a storm system that we experienced last week as that cold front pushed through warm and moist air. Temperatures should fall to more seasonal readings by late in the weekend and early next week. Average high temperatures are now generally in the mid- to upper-50s across the area. Have a great rest of the week! Weather history: On this date in weather history in 1938, forest fires on the 9th and 10th claimed 21 lives in northern Minnesota. Weather fact: The droplets of water vapor that make clouds are 1,000 times smaller than a raindrop. MN AT A GLANCE Moorhead Low 52 High 71 Duluth Low 50 High 69 Central Minn. Low 54 High 72 Twin Cities Low55 High 75 Rochester Low 52 High 73 Marshall Low 55 High 74 Monday, Oct. 7: Mostly sunny and mild. High 72 Low 52 Wind: ESE 10-15 mph. Prec. None Monday's sunrise: 7:30 a.m. Monday's sunset: 6:48 p.m. - Normal High: 58 Normal Low: 39 Temperatures will be 10 to 15 degrees above average for the mid- week before a cold front arrives and could bring some showers and isolated thunderstorms to the area by Friday. Cooler weather will return by the weekend and into next Week. Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 72 Low 54 Wind: SE 10-15 mph Prec. None Friday: Variable cloudiness and breezy, 40-percent chance of showers. High 75 Low 48 Wind: SE 15-20>25 mph Prec. Trace-,20" Saturday: Partly cloudy, breezy and cooler. High 61 Low 43 Wind: WSW 10-20 mph Prec. None Sunday: Partly cloudy. High 57 Low 39 Wind: W 5-10 mph Prec. None. Chain of Lakes Soccer Chain of Lakes boys' soccer rematch against Melrose The Chain of Lakes boys' varsity team had a rematch against Mel- rose Monday, Sept. 23, in Paynes- ville, looking for revenge from an earlier 0-2 loss at Melrose. This time the Roosters did score twice, but unfortunately came away with the same two-goal loss, 2-4. Jordan Roos (Paynesville) scored both goals, the first on a header off of a corner, coming all the way down the field from his goalkeeper posi- tion. The second goal came late in the game once he was on the field as an attacking forward. The Roosters then got back on the winning track as they traveled to Glenwood for a game Tuesday, Sept. 24, against Minnewaska. The boys got on the scoreboard quickly as Ben Scheierl (Paynes- ville) scored off of a throw-in from Roos at the 10-minute mark. Near the end of the first half, Trevor Meed (Paynesville) scored from Ben Friederichs (Paynesville) to send the team into halftime with a 2-0 lead. The second half was dominated by COL, but they could not score a third goal, leaving the field with a 2-0 win. Thursday, Sept. 26, the Roosters hosted St. Cloud Cathedral in Paynesville. After a rough first half in which Cathedral scored first, COL put two goals on the board at 37 and 39 minutes, both scored by Friederichs, the first on an assist from Meed and the second unas- sisted. This seemed to open the gates and the goals continued to come in the second half, the first from Jose 'Chilo' Viera (ROCORI) at 51 minutes, assisted by Meed, who then scored his second goal two minutes later on an assist from Uriel Rodriguez (ROCORI). Trevon Mattson (ROCORI) then finished the scoring with a goal at 62 minutes with an assist to Sergio Chain of Lakes girls' soccer #5 Alexandra Stahlberg goes for a take- away from Minnewaska. Submitted photo. Jimenez-Coria (ROCORI), giving the Roosters a 5-1 win and bring- ing their record to 7-3 on the sea- son. Johnathan Ward (ROCORI) played the entire game in goal. The boys will finish off their season with home games on Thursday, Oct. 10, at Richmond's Centennial Park versus Min- newaska at 5 p.m. The final game will be Saturday, Oct. 12, at Paynesville's Ampe Park, 11 a.m. versus Melrose. Chain of Lakes girls' soccer team suffers hrst loss of the season Thursday, Sept. 26, Min- newaska scored first on a coun- ter attack with the shot just out of reach of goalkeeper Esmae Heveron (ROCORI) to go up 1-0. Ten minutes later, Minnewaska would score again on a controver- sial no offside call to take the lead to 2-1 on a shot by Abby Mooney (ROCORI) as she redirected a pass from Katelyn Parsons (ROCORI). COL continued to put pressure on Minnewaska with a number of opportunities. Twenty minutes before game end, COL would tie the score at 2-2 with a goal by Alex- andra Stahlberg (ROCORI) with Parson's assistance. Minnewaska would score the final goal three minutes before the end to go up 3-2 on a breakaway that got past COL keeper Luca Rosemeier (ROCOR.I). This survived a flurry of shots in the final minutes, including a shot that was saved on the goal line by the Minnewaska keeper. COL out- shot Minnewaska 39-12. The girls are 8-1 for the season. Their final game will be played Saturday, Oct. 12, at Paynesville's Ampe Park, 10 a.m. start time, versus into halftime 2-0. COL held a 13-5. Melrose. shooting advantage at that point with nothing to show for it. COL came out determined in the sec- ond half, scoring three minutes into the second half to cut the lead