MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Storms are possible from the Twin Cities into Western Wisconsin Tuesday afternoon.

According to meteorologist Chris Shaffer, all severe weather ingredients are in play, but the threat is low.

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Several funnel clouds are possible, and some could touch down as tornadoes.

“They would be weak, but still damaging,” Shaffer said.

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The possible storms are expected to move out by Tuesday evening.

“Wednesday looks great: cooler than average, less humid and sunny,” Shaffer said. “It gets warmer and humid by Thursday.”

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