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Storms developed in the later afternoon on Sunday June 28th over southern Minnesota. The farthest southeast storm produced some large hail and wind gusts to around 60 mph.  A few funnel cloud reports were received as the storm tracked through southeast Minnesota. Conditions were generally unfavorable for prolonged tornadoes - and a brief tornado did occur southwest of Winona, Minnesota around 8:40 pm. 



Radar loop from 4 pm to 10 pm June 28th 2020
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