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Mammatus - © 2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com

Mammatus - © 2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com

Rainbow - © 2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com

Rainbow - © 2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com

Tornado near Blaine - © 2011 David F Ventura, KE0NA

© 2011 David F Ventura, KE0NA A weak tornado I spotted June 21, 2011, near Blaine in Anoka county. This…

Tornado near Forest Lake © 2011 KRISTIN PARNELL KB0QON

© 2011 KRISTIN PARNELL KB0QON Shot this while spotting with my dad N0KLC near Forest Lake. We were on 35…

Wall cloud - © 1995-2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com

Wall cloud - © 1995-2012 DavidEarlJohnson.com Tornado Outbreak on July 21, 1995 by Dave Johnson, N0KBD  July 21, 1995 was…

Wall Cloud? - Donated - © 2012 MetroSkywarn.org

Wall Cloud? - Donated - © 2012 MetroSkywarn.org

June 4, 2015-Simla, Colorado-Tornado and Updraft/Mesocyclone

By Ryan Sandberg, Metro Skywarn Spotter The beginning of my 2015 storm chasing season had been a slow, and frustrating…

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  • Mon 6 Mar 15:05 Watch Tornado @ until 10pm
    https://k0msw.us/842c444 SHORT MESSAGE A Tornado Watch for southern and central Minnesota is in effect until 10pm. LONG MESSAGE The NWS has issued a Tornado Watch for much of southern Minnesota, including the metro area, until 10pm Monday. Continue to monitor for updates.
  • Mon 6 Mar 13:16 Update CORRECTION
    https://k0msw.us/afa0d24 SHORT MESSAGE Spotters MAY be needed. Correction from NWS. LONG MESSAGE The NWS had wrong information in a previous HWO. There is still a possible need for spotters this afternoon and evening.
  • Mon 6 Mar 08:06 Outlook High Winds and Possible Severe Weather This Afternoon
    https://k0msw.us/3f48241 SHORT MESSAGE Severe thunderstorms with damaging wind and possible brief tornadoes this afternoon LONG MESSAGE Severe thunderstorms with damaging wind and possibly some brief tornadoes are possible later this afternoon and evening. Westerly winds will gust near 50
  • Flood Warning issued March 25 at 9:30AM CDT until further notice by NWS
    ...The flood warning continues for these river locations in Minnesota... * Hallock...on the Two Rivers River...in Kittson County . Planned releases from Lake Bronson, upstream of Hallock, will push the Two Rivers River there later next week. However, it is expected to crest below moderate flood stage.
  • Hydrologic Outlook issued March 24 at 2:49PM CDT until further notice by NWS
    ...MUCH WARMER TEMPERATURES TO INCREASE FLOODING POTENTIAL AROUND THE DEVILS LAKE BASIN AND NORTHERN VALLEY... With high temperatures ramping back up to near the 50 degree mark, and low temperatures staying near to about the thaw point most of this weekend and into the upcoming week, the expectation is that water/ice on fields, in ditches, and in the remaining snow pack will

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