Severe thunderstorms possible this morning in southern Minnesota

A cluster of showers and thunderstorms will move east across southern Minnesota this morning and into Wisconsin, northeast Iowa and northern Illinois.


Regional radar screen capture shortly after 6 a.m. CDT.

The Storm Prediction Center expects the possibility of tornadoes later today as the storms surge east and meet up with more unstable air.

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Potential for tornadoes from NOAA SPC.

Track storm reports from the NWS.

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Storms are forecast to exit eastern Minnesota later today. High temperatures will be in the 70s across much of the state today and Thursday.

Craig Edwards

  • Robert

    I’d love to experience that “light-shock” you were talking about earlier this week. Ironic that as I write this I just noticed that “SAD” or “seansonal affective disorder” is a formal category on the right side:)