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  • 08/22 14:22 UPDATE
    There has been very little change in the severe weather outlook for this afternoon and evening. The greatest threat for all modes of severe weather includes all of central and south central Minnesota.. including St Cloud..Little Falls..Willmar..Redwood Falls..Hutchinson..and Mankato. The Twin
  • 08/22 09:05 INFO
    THERE IS AN ENHANCED RISK OF SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS EAST OF ALEXANDRIA TO GRANITE FALLS AND WEST OF INTERSTATE 35...INCLUDING THE TWIN CITIES METRO...ST CLOUD...AND MANKATO. A SLIGHT RISK ENCOMPASSES THE REST OF MINNESOTA AND WESTERN WISCONSIN. SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL DEVELOP BY MID AFTERNOON
  • 08/22 07:33 INFO
    Hello Everyone, There is an enhanced risk for severe storms through a swath of the central part of the warning area today, east of a line from St. Cloud to Granite Falls, and west of approximately I-35W. Surrounding this area is a slight risk for severe storms. Storms are expected to develop in

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