Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Thursday severe weather threat

A few severe thunderstorms will be possible across northern sections of Minnesota during the latter part of Thursday.  Instability and wind shear will be sufficient to support storms with large hail, strong winds, and perhaps an isolated tornado.  The most widespread, intense storms should stay south and west of the state.


A threat for tornadoes exists in the Brainerd lakes area during the evening hours where wind velocity and shear is the greatest.


The Twin Cities area should remain dry with just a very small chance of a passing shower/thunderstorm.  Should be another great day to go along with the majority of this week!



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