Rain will develop Tuesday afternoon or evening, and many areas will see one or two inches by late Wednesday night. Before that happens, patchy fog is expected to develop late tonight and persist into Tuesday morning.
Storms will develop late this afternoon across western MN, spread eastward tonight, and exit to the south Wednesday. Large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes are possible, particularly in the enhanced risk area.
High winds, large hail, and the threat of tornadoes were all in a line of strong storms that moved across central Minnesota Monday. Parts of Stearns, Morrison and Todd Counties were all under tornado and thunderstorm warnings. Parts of Benton and Sherburne counties had severe thunderstorm warnings issued.
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