Governor Mark Dayton says he’ll unveil his revised state budget by the end of this week. The new economic forecast at the end of February increased the state’s expected budget surplus by a quarter-billion dollars to 1.65 billion, and adjustments in Dayton’s budget will reflect that, although he’s not giving specifics. One reasonable guess is more money to expand pre-kindergarten programs. Another might be a bigger bump for higher education. And Dayton and others are waiting for House and Senate Republicans’ budget proposals. The governor says leaders have told him they’ll release broad outlines this week.