Water vapor satellite image from 645pm CDT. The brighter the colors, including the blue mean colder/higher cloud tops.
After heating up to the first ninety degree day in the Twin Cities since May 29th we have plenty of fuel for Mother Nature to ingnite tonight.
Examining the late afternoon water vapor satellite image it appears that the missing piece of the severe weather puzzle is showing up in western Nebraska.
Thunderstorms are more likely to fire up after dark and spawn locally heavy rain for parts of southern Minnesota. The risk of severe weather also remains.