How To Stay Aware Of Severe Weather In The WildernessIf a tornado or storm watch is issued, that is your heads-up to have a heightened awareness, as a warning could be implemented at any time.
Severe Storms Roll Through MinnesotaSevere weather is hitting western Minnesota, and the storms could hit the Twin Cities late Friday night.
Severe Thunderstorms Sweep Across Twin Cities, Mankato, St. CloudA line of severe storms is rolling over the Twin Cities early Wednesday morning after hitting St. Cloud and western Minnesota overnight.
Heavy Rain & Strong Storms Move Across MN, Leave DamageHeavy rain and strong storms are moving east through Minnesota – with the strongest storms to the south.
Downed Trees Are Mulched, Chipped And Recycled After StormsClean up continues after a tornado touched down this weekend in Carver County. Debris from the Friday night twister was scattered all around the communities of Watertown and Hollywood, and many are still hauling it all away.
Metro Residents Cleaning Up Debris After Severe Overnight StormsIt was a busy day of clean up for residents all over the metro. Thousands were without power for hours, and many residents saw boats, houses or cars ruined.
Gov. Dayton To Visit Brainerd Lakes AreaGov. Mark Dayton plans to visit the Brainerd Lakes area on Friday to survey the damage caused by Sunday's severe thunderstorms. The clean-up still continues after winds up to 80 miles per hour toppled trees and damaged properties.
Flash Flood, Thunderstorm Warnings PostedMore strong thunderstorms are rolling across Minnesota, a day after heavy rain caused street flooding and hail wiped out an orchard's apple crop. The National Weather Service posted a severe thunderstorm warning for Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing, Mille Lacs and Morrison counties early Thursday.
Tornadoes, Severe Storms Roll Through MinnesotaHeavy rain, hail, strong winds and tornado warnings befell southern Minnesota Thursday afternoon as severe storms rolled into the state, moving north and east.
Morning Storms Drop Hail, Knock Out PowerXcel Energy says that about 23,000 people were without power in the Twin Cities metro area after severe thunderstorms rolled through Thursday morning.
High Winds Rake Across SW Minn., Reach Twin Cities Another night of stormy weather is forecast for Minnesota, following high winds and heavy rains that uprooted trees and knocked out power across a large part of the state early Friday. The NWS has issued a tornado watch for roughly the southwest quarter of the state.