MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It became calm and clear in the Twin Cities Friday night, but severe storms — and a possible tornado — swept through northwestern part of the state.

The Mahnomen County Sheriff’s office says they received multiple reports of a tornado that touched down at about 7:30 p.m. near Waubun in the White Earth Reservation between Bemidji and Fargo. This still needs to be investigated by the National Weather Service, who will assess the damage Saturday.

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There were also Dopler-indicated tornado warnings in southeastern Minnesota as well Friday night, which was still under a Tornado Watch until early Saturday morning.

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A funnel cloud builds over Mahnomen County(credit: Jacob Haugo)

After a rocky Friday night, this weekend looks like a winner. There will be plenty of sunshine for most of the state, with temperatures reaching into the mid-70s for both Saturday and Sunday — the latter of which will be a Top 10 Weather Day. Sunshine, warmth, plus no humidity or mosquitoes yet.

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Memorial Day on Monday, however, will be a stormy, rainy one. And the rest of the week will cool down slightly, with rain expected through Thursday.