Severe Weather and Heavy Rain Tonight and Tuesday

Severe thunderstorms may develop this afternoon into the evening hours in the Devils Lake Basin into the northern Red River Valley. These storms will contain heavy rain, the threat for large hail, damaging winds along with an isolated tornado.  The threat for severe weather will spread to the south overnight, and there is the potential for an organized high wind event moving from the northern to the southern Red River Valley into Minnesota Lakes country by Tuesday morning.  A cold front will be moving through the region tonight and Tuesday, coupled with the high instability and moisture in the atmosphere will produce the severe weather and locally heavy rainfall.  There is also the threat for flash flooding mainly in the Devils Lake Basin into the northern Red River Valley tonight.  

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