Storms again

A line of severe storms is moving through southwest Minnesota. As of 6:30pm, two tornaodes have been sighted near Fulda. An 80 mph wind gust has been recorded as well.

Here a link to the Twin Cities NWS storms page to follow storm progress.

Twin Cities NWS warnings

I’ll post storm reports below as they come in.

0600 PM TORNADO 3 N FULDA 43.91N 95.60W

06/11/2008 MURRAY MN TRAINED SPOTTER

DEBRIS IN FIELD

2 N Fulda [Murray Co, MN] trained spotter reports TORNADO at 06:05 PM CDT — manufactured house pushed off foundation…tree damage…outbuildings damaged

4 S Westbrook [Cottonwood Co, MN] emergency mngr reports TSTM WND GST of E80.00 MPH at 06:30 PM CDT —

FSD: TORNADO at 06:44 PM CDT — Spotter is 2 SSE Royal, IA (Clay county) — Multiple vortcies (SN#1605 : eSpotter=Y)

5 N Jeffers [Cottonwood Co, MN] law enforcement reports TORNADO at 06:57 PM CDT — debris cloud…tornado on the ground

FSD issues Tornado Warning for Clay, Dickinson [IA] till 7:30 PM CDT …* AT 644 PM CDT…TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED A TORNADO 2 MILES SOUTHEAST OF ROYAL…OR 10 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SPENCER…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 36 MPH.

Sirens sounding in Spencer.

FSD continues Tornado Warning for Clay, Dickinson [IA] till 7:30 PM CDT …AT 652 PM CDT…TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTERS REPORTED A RAIN WRAPPED TORNADO. THIS TORNADO WAS LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH NORTHWEST OF ROSSIE…OR JUST SOUTHWEST OF SPENCER…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 31 MPH. THERE WAS DAMAGE TO AN ACREAGE. AT 654 PM CDT…THERE WAS DAMAGE TO A GRAIN BIN AND AUGER 4 MILES EAST OF ROYAL.

FSD continues Tornado Warning for Cottonwood, Murray [MN] till 7:15 PM CDT …AT 659 PM CDT…NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE DOPPLER RADAR CONTINUED TO INDICATE A TORNADO. THIS TORNADO WAS LOCATED 8 MILES NORTHEAST OF JEFFERS…OR 20 MILES NORTH OF WINDOM…MOVING NORTHEAST AT 34 MPH.

MPX continues Tornado Warning for Brown, Redwood [MN] till 7:15 PM CDT …AT 659 PM…A TORNADO WAS REPORTED ON THE COTTONWOOD…REDWOOD COUNTY LINE JUST SOUTH OF SANBORN.

MPX issues Tornado Warning for Brown, Watonwan [MN] till 7:45 PM CDT …* AT 703 PM CDT…RADAR INDICATED A STORM CAPABLE OF PRODUCING A TORNADO. THE MOST DANGEROUS PART OF THE STORM WAS 6 MILES SOUTHWEST OF COMFREY…AND MOVING NORTHEAST AT 44 MPH.

2 S Springfield [Brown Co, MN] trained spotter reports TORNADO at 07:28 PM CDT — tornado reported just south of springfield on ground

5 Sw Sleepy Eye [Brown Co, MN] trained spotter reports TORNADO at 07:32 PM CDT — tornado reported on ground near sleepy eye

MPX continues Tornado Warning for Brown, Nicollet [MN] till 8:15 PM CDT …AT 802 PM CDT…A FUNNEL CLOUD WAS REPORTED ABOUT 4 MILES NORTH OF SLEEPY EYE.

5 Sw Winthrop [Sibley Co, MN] law enforcement reports TORNADO at 08:39 PM CDT — 2 touchdowns at hwy 8 and cr 53

Norwood/Young America [Carver Co, MN] law enforcement reports HAIL of nickel size (M0.88 INCH) at 08:49 PM CDT —

3 E Gaylord [Sibley Co, MN] nws employee reports TORNADO at 09:06 PM CDT — just n of hwy 5.

2 N Gaylord [Sibley Co, MN] trained spotter reports TORNADO at 09:08 PM CDT —

Hamburg [Carver Co, MN] trained spotter reports TSTM WND DMG at 09:26 PM CDT — 6 inch diameter branches down.

10:30pm 1.6″ rainfall at Huttner Weather Lab in Deephaven.

PH

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