Severe Storms Possible This Evening and Tonight

A strong area of low pressure and warm, moist air will move into the region today. A cold front will move into central North Dakota later this afternoon, and thunderstorms should develop near the front by late afternoon and early evening then move east overnight. Thunderstorms will become likely by this evening in eastern North Dakota, and then into western Minnesota overnight, with severe storms possible. The main threats will be large hail and damaging winds.  Locally heavy rainfall is also possible near persistent storms.

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