Severe Storms Again for the Dakotas to Minnesota

Severe storms will develop once again across the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest through the 4th of July. This has been a repeated pattern for the Northern Plains that has occurred over the last couple of weeks.

Cluster of storms will once again develop this afternoon and form into an nocturnal cluster of storms tonight. That same cluster will move into Minnesota Wednesday.

The initial impacts will be high winds, large hail and perhaps a few tornadoes before the storms form into a cluster of storms that will have mainly heavy rains and strong winds.

Fargo, Rapid City, Minneapolis are in the path of the storms.

Below is the simulated radar showing the distribution of storms this evening.

The SPC convective outlooks will update during the day today so check them out.


Simulated Radar for this Evening

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