The National Weather Service says there's a marginal risk of severe weather across Central Minnesota this afternoon and evening -- meaning spotty severe thunderstorms are possible across the area today.

The greatest likelihood of severe weather is south of a line from Morris to Red Wing. Large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain will be the greatest threats later today, but a tornado or two are still possible.

National Weather Service

The most likely time frame for severe weather is during the afternoon and evening. There is a small chance the storms could develop as soon as the late morning, but the afternoon/evening time frame is most likely.

Large hail, damaging winds, and heavy rainfall are most likely in the Marginal Risk (yellow) area.

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From the National Weather Service this morning: The storm prediction center has highlighted our region under a slight risk of severe thunderstorms today. The main activity should occur in the afternoon and evening. Some thunderstorms will be possible during the overnight hours.

 

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