MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Rounds of thunderstorms are rumbling over Minnesota and Wisconsin Thursday evening. Here are the latest updates:

8:11 p.m.: Minneapolis has broken a daily record for rainfall.

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7:16 p.m.: The most intense part of the storm system will soon cross the border into Wisconsin

5:36 p.m.: Storms have arrived in the Twin Cities, according to Meteorologist Chris Shaffer.

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Here is an overview of Thursday’s weather:

After scattered storms washed over central Minnesota Thursday morning, Meteorologist Chris Shaffer says storms fired up again in the afternoon, creating a stronger front complete with heavy rain, small hail and strong winds.

With the storms moving out of Minnesota overnight, Friday will be cooler, with highs approaching 80 degrees.

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Looking ahead to the Father’s Day weekend, there’ll be chances for storms and scattered showers both Saturday and Sunday.