Bumpy Weather Afternoon in Central Minnesota
ST. CLOUD -- It was a bumpy afternoon for parts of Central Minnesota Monday. The National Weather Service office in Chanhassen issued a pair of tornado warnings after 4:30.
Radar-indicated rotation prompted a pair of tornado warnings in Benton, Sherburne, Morrison, and Mille Lacs Counties. The first warning was at 4:42 p.m. The storm was located 7 miles West of Foley moving Northeast.
The video below is courtesy of Paul Rosa in the Popple Creek area.
Benton County Sheriff Troy Heck says there was a wall cloud reported East of Sauk Rapids, but no confirmed sighting on the ground and no initial reports of damage.
National Weather Service says there is a chance of more severe weather this week, especially Wednesday afternoon and evening, and again Thursday afternoon.