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Severe Storms Possible Again Tonight
The National Weather Service says there's a risk of severe weather across Central Minnesota again tonight -- with large hail being the greatest threat. Download the 98.1 mobile app and opt in for weather alerts.
UPDATED: Severe Weather Threat Overnight Tonight
The National Weather Service says there's a risk of severe weather across Central Minnesota overnight tonight -- with large hail and damaging winds being the greatest threat, with a slight threat of a tornado. Be sure to have a way to receive warnings while you sleep.
UPDATE: Severe Weather Still Possible Tonight
There remains an 'enhanced' risk of severe weather across the area tonight, with large hail, damaging winds, and torrential rains as the main threats. Download the 98.1 mobile app and opt in for weather alerts -- and tune to 98.1 for possible watches and warnings.
Severe Storms Possible Again Today
There's a risk of severe weather across the area again today, with large hail, damaging winds, and torrential rains as the main threats. Download the 98.1 mobile app and opt in for weather alerts -- and tune to 98.1 for possible watches and warnings.
Severe Weather Possible This Evening & Tonight
The National Weather Service is calling for a slight risk of severe weather across the area beginning this evening into tonight. Download the 98.1 mobile app and opt in for weather alerts -- and tune to 98.1 for possible watches & warnings.
UPDATE: Significant Severe Weather Risk Tonight
The National Weather Service says there's a significant threat of severe weather across Central Minnesota tonight. Large hail, damaging winds, frequent lightning, torrential rainfall, and isolated tornadoes are possible. Download the 98.1 app and opt in for weather aler…
UPDATED: Severe Weather Possible Today & Tonight
The National Weather Service is saying that there's a risk of severe weather across Central Minnesota today into tonight. Additionally there will be a risk of flash flooding overnight across the area. Tune to 98.1 FM for possible warnings.

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