Active Weather Pattern Through Sunday

Showers and thunderstorms may develop after midnight in the Devils Lake Basin as a thunderstorm complex moves into the area. There is the potential for damaging winds and some hail with stronger storms, along with locally heavy rainfall. The threat for strong to severe storms will persist on Friday mainly from southeast North Dakota into west central Minnesota, along with locally heavy rainfall. Additional strong to severe storms may develop Saturday night, and again Sunday night with plentiful moisture and heavy rain once again possible. Stay tuned to the latest forecasts and potential watches and warnings through this weekend, and spread the word to your friends as well.

 

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