Severe Storms Possible on Independence Day

 

Today will again be another hot and muggy day across eastern North Dakota and western Minnesota.  A cold front moving into the Devils Lake region this afternoon and into the Red River Valley this evening will be a focus for thunderstorm development.  Some severe storms are possible, with large hail and damaging winds the main threats.  Stay tuned to later forecasts if you are heading out to firework displays on the 4th, since nature may provide some of the stronger displays of the evening.

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