Chance of scattered showers and t-storms

It was a wild weather ride this Sunday morning.

Thunderstorms with strong winds, heavy rain and hail moved across much of southern and central Minnesota and on into Wisconsin.

Here’s how it looked as the thunderstorms moved through St. Paul Sunday morning:

There were dozens of severe weather reports this morning.

A listing of severe weather reports has also been posted on the MPR news live weather blog.

About 132,000 Minnesotans lost power due to the severe weather.

Sunday afternoon and evening

Scattered thunderstorms could redevelop over Minnesota and Wisconsin this Sunday afternoon and evening.

The Storm Prediction Center of the National Weather Service shows a marginal risk of severe weather Sunday afternoon and Sunday night for much of southern and central Minnesota and western Wisconsin:

NWS Storm Prediction Center

Marginal risk means that an isolated severe thunderstorm is possible.

There is a higher risk of severe weather in central and northeastern Wisconsin.

A severe thunderstorm watch covers much of central and northeastern Wisconsin until 4 p.m. Sunday:

NWS Storm Prediction Center

Updates

Updated weather information can be heard on the Minnesota Public Radio Network, and you can also read about any watches and warnings in the MPR news live weather blog.

The Twin Cities office of the NWS, the Sioux Falls, SD office of the NWS and the La Crosse, WI office of the NWS have clickable maps for the forecast at your location.

Programming note

You can hear my live weather updates on Minnesota Public radio at 7:49 a.m. Thursdays and Fridays, and at 7:35 a.m. and 9:35 a.m. each Saturday and Sunday.