Minneapolis/St. Paul forecast from the KARE 11 weather team.

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MINNEAPOLIS -- A much quieter day today after storms dropped literally tons of hail across the Twin Cities and outlying areas Monday afternoon-evening. Dozens of storm reports of 1" to 3" size hail across the metro from North Branch to Chanhassen. Plymouth and Minnetonka were hit twice tonight, once during the commute and again around 8 p.m.

Look for sunshine today & cooler, drier air. Highs today & tomorrow will be just in the upper 70s with dew points dropping into the more comfortable 50s. We could see some isolated thunder Thursday, but otherwise the rest of the week looks quiet right into the 4th of July! The next significant chance of storms moves in late Sunday.

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