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National Weather Service, Chanhassen -- Weather Story for June 21, 2013
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More Severe Weather Possible All Weekend [MAPS]

More severe storms are possible throughout the weekend.

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Category: St. Cloud News, weather
National Weather Service
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Storms Possible Today through Monday

Scattered thunderstorms are expected today, mainly this afternoon, with more numerous thunderstorms tonight. The greatest chance for severe storms will be over central Minnesota, north of a line from Canby to New Prague.

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National Weather Service
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Chance of Strong Storms Wednesday and Thursday

There is a slight risk of severe thunderstorms across the area later this (Wednesday) afternoon and tonight. Thunderstorms should develop over the eastern Dakotas into western Minnesota , and continue to the east overnight.

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Minnesota Memorial Day Weather Story
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Cooler, Wetter and with a Chance of Severe Storms This Week

Cooler and wet over the next couple days with a chance of severe storms Wednesday.

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Minnesota Weather Story -- Memorial Day Weekendy 2013
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Chance of Rain Continues for Minnesota’s Memorial Day Weekend

Rainy and cooler for the rest of the Memorial Day weekend across Minnesota.

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Scattered Showers Possible Throughout Memorial Day Weekend

A cool and unsettled holiday weekend is in store for the region. Saturday will be the coolest and cloudiest of the three days along with some light rain or drizzle early on.

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Oklahoma Tornado
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Horrific Oklahoma Tornado Captured in Several Raw Videos

The country continues to pray for and help the people devastated by the massive tornado that touched down in Oklahoma on Monday, killing dozens.

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Aftermath of Oklahoma Tornado in Photos

A massive tornado touched down just south of Oklahoma City on Monday, killing dozens.

At least seven of those killed were students at Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore. The twister, which measured 2 miles at one point, has been given a preliminary classification of an EF-4 tornado (winds of 166 to 200 mph), according to weather officials.

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Cars Destroyed by Oklahoma Tornado
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How You Can Help Victims of the Tornado in Oklahoma

A huge tornado touched down just outside of Oklahoma City earlier today, causing widespread destruction and leaving behind a yet-untold number of casualties.

To see how you can help those affected, see the list below

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UPDATED: Flash Flood Watch Extended Through Monday

With several rounds of rain showers moving through the upper Midwest, the National Weather Service has extended the Flash Flood Watch through Monday evening.

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