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T-Storm Risk Increases into Evening Hours

Posted by: Paul Douglas Updated: May 26, 2014 - 3:41 PM

Increasingly Stormy. NWS Doppler at 3:36 PM shows a band of moderate to heavy showers and T-storms stretching from near Montevideo and Glenwood to Litchfield, St. Cloud, Little Falls, Cambridge and Moose Lake, lifting slowly northward toward the Brainerd Lakes area. We should salvage a few more hours of dry weather in the MSP metro, but the risk of showers and T-storms will increase by evening.


A Plan B Evening? NOAA's HRRR model shows moderate to heavy showers and possible T-storms pushing into the metro around the dinner hour. The risk of severe weather is small, but some of these storms may pack downpours capable of street flooding. It should be a lovely commute coming back from the lake.

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