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A few storms are expected to develop later today across northern Minnesota, and should move into northern Wisconsin. The main risk with these storms is large hail, especially in the yellow shaded region.
Cooler and drier today, with an isolated thunderstorm possible this evening across central Minnesota and west-central Wisconsin. Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible again Sunday afternoon.
Here's a brief summary of the EF-0 tornado and downburst winds near Crystal MN from August 14, 2020. Maximum winds were estimated near 75 mph.
Here's a brief summary of the severe storms from August 14, 2020. There were several tornadoes and areas of wind damage that occurred across the state. Thank you to all the weather spotters, public, media partners, and law enforcement that relayed reports and helped build a weather-ready nation.
Here's a look at the preliminary severe weather reports from August 14, 2020. We will be including additional reports as new information becomes available. For the latest map, please visit https://www.spc.noaa.gov/climo/reports/200814_rpts.html