Severe Weather Damages Trees, Homes, Power LinesHeavy rain and brisk winds blew into North Saint Paul just around suppertime. Jeff Schmidt was at his son's baseball game in Oakdale when he a neighbor gave him a surprise call. 
Minnesota Weather: Flash Flooding, Severe ThunderstormsAfter a steamy weekend with damaging storms, Monday is shaping up to be another hot and humid day with a chance for severe weather in the evening.
MN Severe Weather Impacts Flights At MSP AirportThe Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport cancelled 18 flights, delayed 100 flights, and diverted two flights to other airports due to Monday night's storm, the airport said. 
WCCO Viewers Submit Severe Weather PhotosSubmitted photos from across the region illustrate Monday night's severe weather, reports Chris Shaffer (0:57). WCCO News at 6 -- July 15, 2019
Latest MN Weather: Severe Thunderstorms, Tornado WarningsSevere weather is cropping up around Minnesota. Here is the latest.
Minnesota Weather: Tornado, Thunderstorm Warnings Issued In Western MinnesotaHere is the latest on the severe weather in western Minnesota Tuesday evening.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Weather Moves Across Parts Of Southern MinnesotaMonday brings a soggy start to the work week with scattered thunderstorms throughout the day.
Minnesota Weather: Heat, Humidity To Follow Stormy ThursdayThunderstorms are expected to rumble across Minnesota on Thursday, threatening to lash communities with hail and damaging winds.
Minnesota Weather: Severe Storms Threaten Hail, Damaging Winds Overnight, Thursday MorningWhile Wednesday afternoon is shaping up to be picture perfect, with sunshine and highs in the 80s, severe storms could develop overnight and rumble over Minnesota Thursday morning.
'It's A Mess': Redwood County Cleans Up After 3 TornadoesThree tornadoes touched down in southwestern Minnesota Thursday evening, uprooting trees and damaging farms and homes in Redwood County.
Severe Storms Damage Southwest Minnesota Turkey FarmTornadoes and severe thunderstorms in southern Minnesota wreaked havoc Thursday night. One of the most severely-hit properties belongs to Dan Barnum. The touchdown tore apart his machine shed: huge poles were ripped out of the ground and metal sheets were spread across the fields.