Severe Storm Watch Central MN Expires 1 AM - Tornado Watch Northeast Minnesota, Much of Wisconsin Until 4 AM Friday
August 29, 2013 — 9:00pm
Severe Storm/Tornado Watches Up North. The blue box is a Severe Storm Watch, valid until 1 am just north of St. Cloud, including Brainerd and Crosslake. The red box is a Tornado Watch for northeastern Minnesota and much of northern and central Wisconsin until 4 AM Friday. A volatile frontal boundary will continue to be a focal point for strong/severe storms, with enough wind shear for isolated tornadoes from near Duluth to Hayward, Ladysmith and Wausau.
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