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Million Dollar Soaking (severe threat shifts south/east of MSP)

Posted by: Paul Douglas Updated: September 19, 2013 - 11:45 AM

Severe Threat Pushes Into Wisconsin. NWS Doppler at 11:37 AM. The initial gust front and heaviest rains are now pushing east of the St. Croix into Wisconsin, a nice, long soaking rain lingering into early afternoon, with heaviest amounts over central Minnesota, where some .50-.75"+ amounts are likely. We need this rain badly, and it could make a significant dent in our ongoing drought. Severe Storm Warnings are still posted between Mora and Shell Lake. Minor flash flooding has been reported in the Cambridge area, far northern suburbs. Tweet below courtesy of Seth Kaplan:

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