THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN THE TWIN CITIES HAS ISSUED A
* SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING FOR... SOUTHEASTERN ANOKA COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL MINNESOTA... RAMSEY COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL MINNESOTA... WESTERN WASHINGTON COUNTY IN EAST CENTRAL MINNESOTA...
* UNTIL 415 PM CDT
* AT 332 PM CDT...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WAS LOCATED NEAR ST PAUL... AND MOVING NORTH AT 30 MPH.
HAZARD...QUARTER SIZE HAIL AND 60 MPH WIND GUSTS.
IMPACT...HAIL DAMAGE TO VEHICLES AND CROPS IS EXPECTED. EXPECT WIND DAMAGE TO ROOFS...SIDING AND TREES.
* LOCATIONS IMPACTED INCLUDE... ST PAUL...MAPLEWOOD...ROSEVILLE...BLAINE...LANDFALL...OAKDALE... FALCON HEIGHTS...NORTH ST PAUL...LITTLE CANADA...GEM LAKE... WILLERNIE...MAHTOMEDI...VADNAIS HEIGHTS...WHITE BEAR LAKE...ARDEN HILLS...SHOREVIEW...NORTH OAKS...CIRCLE PINES...LEXINGTON AND HUGO.
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