Afternoon Severe Weather Threat Passes in Minn., Still Possible in Wis.
A Sunday morning storm hit west and northwest of the metro, and more thunderstorms are possible.
Glencoe received 4.3 inches of rain in just 90 minutes. That created flash flooding throughout the area.
The storm that brought 60 mph winds, hail and heavy rain stretched from Glencoe to Albertville.
KSTP.com Jonathan Yuhas said the is a risk for more severe weather for the metro, southeastern Minnesota have past. However parts of western Wisconsin could see some strong storms.
Jonathan said look for a mix of clouds and sun, with a high of 85 degrees.
Tonight the weather should calm down.
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