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Most T-storms Move Out of Metro Area by 3 PM

Posted by: Paul Douglas Updated: May 19, 2014 - 12:53 PM

Serious Flashing and Splashing. Heavy thunderstorms are pushing into the southern and eastern metro - no severe storm warnings, but expect numerous lightning strikes and downpours capable of street flooding. The bulk of the storms should push east of the St. Croix by 3 PM, give or take. NWS Doppler at 12:50 PM.


A Boisterous Warm Front. The leading edge of warm air is setting off a swarm of strong T-storms - no need to water anytime soon. WeatherTap visible imagery shows a clearing trend over far western Minnesota - skies may brighten in the metro by evening.

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