As of late Wednesday night, severe storms are rolling through the Dakotas and are headed east. All the development has been along and ahead of a cold front that will be into Minnesota by late Thursday afternoon. In southeast Minnesota and north Iowa, we’re looking at a threat of thunderstorms early Thursday if the Dakota storms hold together long enough. Otherwise, strong to severe storms are more likely in the late afternoon to evening hours. At this time, we’ve been stuck in a slight risk for severe weather by the Storm Prediction Center…this may be upgraded Thursday, depending on what happens in the morning hours.
As always, in the event of severe weather, we’ve got everything you need here at kttc.com with the very latest watches and warnings always on display on our home page and weather page. You can also track storms with our Precision Stormtracker Interactive Radar.
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