First round of storms weakens, another arrives in afternoon

Severe thunderstorm warnings near ND border

Cass and Clay counties, along the Minnesota-North Dakota border, are under a severe thunderstorm warning until 1:30 pm

Another severe thunderstorm warning is in effect in Becker County until 1:45 pm

First round of storms weakens, another possible this afternoon

The storms pestering northern Minnesota will continue to weaken as they move eastward to areas like Ely and Duluth.

After a couple of quiet hours, another round of storms is expected to develop in central Minnesota after 3 pm Those storms could be severe, with damaging winds, hail and even a tornado possible.

That system will work its way toward the Twin Cities, which lies on the southern fringe of the highest risk area for severe weather.

By midnight, things will calm down, and we’ll stay quiet overnight.

Sunday will also feature high dew points and hot temperatures, with a high of 90 in the Twin Cities.

There’s a chance of morning showers on Monday, and more scattered storms north and northeast of the metro starting in the afternoon. We’ll get a dry stretch midweek before things starts to heat up.

Severe thunderstorm watch in northern Minnesota

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for Aitkin, Carlton, Cass, Crow Wing, Itasca, Koochiching, Pine and St. Louis counties until 2 pm


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