Severe Storms and Excessive Heat for July 4th

A hot and humid airmass will remain in place for the 4th of July.  Heat indices of 100 to 110 degrees will occur across much of the region today.  In addition to the heat, strong thunderstorms will be possible.  The most likely area for severe thunderstorms will be from the northern Red River Valley into Northwest Minnesota.  There will also be the threat for torrential rain near any storm. 

Be sure to stay tuned to the latest forecast, especially if camping or boating.

 

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