Minnesota Faces Night of Severe Weather: Possible Tornadoes, Heavy Rain


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Minneapolis, MN – Strong to severe storms are forecasted for this evening and overnight, impacting much of Minnesota and parts of Wisconsin.

According to the US National Weather Service Twin Cities, damaging winds and heavy rain are the main hazards, with large hail and an isolated tornado possible in western Minnesota. The storm system is expected to develop over the eastern Dakotas and move into western Minnesota by the evening, continuing into Wisconsin after midnight. There is a slight risk for excessive rainfall, potentially causing localized flooding. Residents are advised to have a way to receive weather warnings and avoid flooded roads.


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