More Severe Storms. The good news: no reports of confirmed tornado touchdowns. The bad news: many of these storms are still spawning 1-2.5" diameter hail. NWS Doppler at 8:12 PM is showing evidence of 2.5" hail east of Rosemount, more severe storms with 1-2" hail from near Waconia to Excelsior, a squall line of strong to severe storms pushing into Elk River and Buffalo.


Shelf Cloud. When you see a cloud formation like this I hope it's on your way to the basement, or someplace safe. Meteorologist Todd Nelson snapped this photo at severe, straight-line winds were approaching the Albertville/St. Michael area.


Trees Down In St. Louis Park. Straight-line winds may have reached 60 mph+ as the first (supercell) storm swept through the metro around 6:30 to 7:30 PM. This is a photo from Bridget Brask in St. Louis Park, via Lori Ryan at WeatherNation TV.


Supercell. I took this photo in the Excelsior area around 6 PM as a severe storm was approaching Hennepin County.


1.75" diameter hail reported at Bloomington and Eden Prairie. 2" hail pelted Edina as the first wave of severe weather pushed thru. For the latest severe reports from the National Weather Service click here.


Quarter Size Hail. My friend and business partner, Todd Frostad, measured quarter-size hail at his home in Chanhassen.


Double Rainbow. WeatherNation TV meteorologist Todd Nelson captured this amazing double rainbow at his home in St. Michael after the severe storm rolled thru.

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