Twin Cities Flood Watch through 4 AM, with isolated severe t’storms central/southern MN

Here’s your Thursday evening forecast for July 27th, from Meteorologist Wren Clair

FORECAST FIRST ALERT is in place now through the overnight hours for Flash Flooding concerns, and isolated severe storms with large hail and damaging winds.

The Severe Thunderstorm Watch that was in place for the Twin Cities and northern MN into western WI, has now been cancelled. However, a few strong to severe storms remain possible overnight, mainly across far southwestern MN and SE MN, south of the Twin Cities.

We have a numerous Flash Flood Warnings in place across northwestern Wisconsin and west-central Wisconsin into the overnight hours. If you are under a Flash Flood Warning that means flooding is occurring or is imminent. Take that flooding seriously, and don’t drive through flooded roadways please!

Scattered T-Storms possible again Friday but the main Severe T-Storm Threat Friday will be to the south in Iowa and southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.  Cooler and lower humidity for the weekend with Sunshine and highs in the 80s.