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Storms produce funnel clouds, flooding in central, southern Minn.

Updated: August 14, 2019 08:15 AM

Wednesday, members of the National Weather Service will likely inspect damage from wind, hail, lightning and even possible tornadoes that hit the state.

The agency released a map highlighting the reports of weather events they received Tuesday.

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Possible tornadoes and funnel clouds were spotted in Swift, Otter Tail and Steele counties.

A reported tornado touched down near Ellendale, more than an hour south of Minneapolis.

Meanwhile, vehicles plowed through flooded streets and intersections in the Twin Cities, where a flash flood warning was in effect until 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.

So far, there haven't been any reports of injuries or serious damage.

Looking ahead, more possible severe storms are heading for the Twin Cities on Friday and Saturday.

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