CHANHASSEN -- The National Weather Service says there is a Marginal Risk of severe weather late Wednesday night through the overnight hours mainly north of Interstate 94.

A few thunderstorms may contain large hail and/or damaging wind gusts.

If you are involved in outdoor activities, have a plan to stay weather aware. Also, have a plan to receive severe weather alerts and information with the threat of nighttime storms.

There is a slight risk of severe weather Thursday, mainly along and east of a line from Albert Lea, MN to Eau Claire, WI.

There is a marginal risk of severe weather west of the slight risk area, mainly encompassing the Rice Lake, WI to the Twin Cities, to Mankato areas.

A few thunderstorms may contain large hail and/or damaging wind gusts.

 

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