MINNEAPOLIS - A Tornado Watch is in effect for much of central/southern Minnesota, including the Twin Cities and western edge of Wisconsin until 9 p.m. tonight.
Showers and storms are likely through the evening. Some of which could be strong to severe containing large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. Storms remain possible during the overnight. However, severe storms appear less likely. Temperatures will fall into the middle 60s with southeast winds at 10 to 15 mph.
Get ready for more thunderstorms Monday. Once again, strong to severe storms are possible - highs in the middle/upper 70s. Scattered showers and storms remain possible through Wednesday. Highs drop back into the lower 60s midweek.
Skies finally clear out Thursday and Friday. Temperature creep back into the lower 70s late-week. Spotty storms are possible this weekend with temps in the 70s.
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