Severe storms will develop across Montana today then redevelop across Minnesota Wednesday. The worse of the storms will occur across eastern Montana this afternoon into the evening. The storms will produce damaging winds, large hail and perhaps a couple of tornadoes.
Latest model guidance shows the supercells may develop this afternoon across eastern Montana which means the potential for large hail and tornadoes.
Wednesday, the storms will develop along the cold front that will be moving across the Northern Plains. The storms that hit Minnesota will produce damaging winds, few tornadoes and hail. It’s possible the storms form into a nocturnal cluster of storms that continue through Wisconsin and head into northern Illinois by Thursday morning.
Tornado parameters are high across northern Minnesota Wednesday and given it’s tornado season in Minnesota, tornadoes are possible.