Warm Wednesday To Bring Afternoon Storms, Significant Tornado Threat For WisconsinWarm air surging up from the plains Wednesday will bring temperatures in Minnesota into the 70s before clashing with a cold front in the afternoon, creating the possibility for severe storms. Weather officials also expect the dynamic to create a significant tornado threat for northern Wisconsin.
Highs In The 70s Expected Wednesday, Severe Storms PossibleGet ready for a one-day summer flashback before we fall back into fall. The forecast for Wednesday doesn’t look at all like typical fall weather for Minnesota, as highs are expected to climb into the upper 70s and stir up severe storms, and possibly tornadoes.
NWS: 15 Tornadoes Hit Minnesota On Sept. 20The National Weather Service says there were a record number of September tornadoes that struck southern Minnesota last Thursday.
Cannon Falls Volunteer Cleanup Day SetA volunteer cleanup day in Cannon Falls has been set for Saturday in the wake of severe storm damage.
Cannon Falls Cleans Up After Destructive StormThe fierce storm in Cannon Falls Thursday night brought down power lines and caused giant trees to fall and slice through buildings. Incredibly, there are no reports of injuries.
Severe Storms, Flooding Cause Damage In Southern MinnesotaStrong storms that pushed through Minnesota Thursday night caused big damage.
In Carolinas, A Question As The Rivers Rise: Stay Or Go?The storm has claimed at least 32 lives and an untold number of homes on its slow march across North Carolina.
Damage Reported As Storms Hit Southern MinnesotaSevere thunderstorms developed Monday afternoon in central and southern Minnesota, causing damage in at least two communities.