Slight risk for severe weather Tuesday

Slight risk for severe weather Tuesday

Slight risk for severe weather Tuesday

It was a little breezy though with gusts over 30 mph in the afternoon hours.

We will have a break Wednesday afternoon before our next storm arrives.

"Another strong upper level storm system will move out of the Rockies on Thursday with a cold front moving into north-central Oklahoma", Tulsa forecasters said. While the main severe weather threat will hold off until after 10 pm, some isolated cells could produce some small hail and gusty winds.

According to the National Weather Service, the southern part of the Twin Cities metro area is under an enhanced threat for severe storms on Monday, which is an upgrade.

Severe storms are likely Thursday, especially for the western half of the state.

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Wed: High: 83 A mostly cloudy morning, then mostly sunny, windy.

We dry out on Wednesday before the chance for storms return to end the work week and start the weekend.

It does appear we'll see a drier, clearing trend by Sunday.

High temperatures on Monday should range from the mid 70s to mid 80s, but cooler in the Arrowhead. That means the mugginess of this week will give way to more comfortable air for some time next week. Isolated intense storms are possible in this area. The biggest issue to watch will be flooding into the weekend - it's the biggest severe weather killer after all.

Residents and travelers from Minnesota to Texas will need to monitor the forecast and keep flashlights and weather radios handy over the next several days.

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