Thunderwear Alert. No watches or warnings (yet), but the atmosphere overhead is just unstable enough for storms capable of hail and even some strong (60 mph+) wind gusts from mid-afternoon into the evening hours. The slow movement of some of these cells may squeeze out significant rain as well, maybe some 1-3" amounts - I could see some urban and small stream flooding into the late evening hours. NWS Doppler radar at 2:32 pm.

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Spring of Low Weather Expectations (happy to see 70s; slight severe risk)

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Strong T-storms (warnings far southeast Minnesota)