Flash flood warnings were issued across southern Minnesota and western Wisconsin Monday morning after a deluge Sunday night left some areas with radar-estimated localized amounts of 7 or 8 inches of rain and more than 9 inches in Glenwood City, Wisconsin.
The Twin Cities was under a slight risk for severe weather through Sunday night as storms moved through the I-35 corridor, causing Tornado Watches and Warnings south of the Twin Cities metro area.
Scattered storms are possible in the southern Minnesota area Sunday, including at least the southern half of the Twin Cities metro area.
The Twin Cities and southern Minnesota areas are at a slight risk of severe weather Thursday night as storms left more than an inch of rain and power outages in some parts of the Twin Cities metro area.
Saturday storms brought thunder, lightning, and downpours to the metro while stronger storms passed through the southern parts of Minnesota.
The FOX 9 Weather Team received confirmed reports of a tornado on the ground northeast of Garden City in Blue Earth County Tuesday evening as part of a storm system that affected much of southern Minnesota.
Video shows hail falling in slow motion in Beardsley, Minnesota as severe weather moved across the area Tuesday evening. (Chuck Bauer)
The FOX 9 Weather Team has received confirmed reports of a tornado on the ground northeast of Garden City in Blue Earth County Tuesday evening.
Anoka, Dakota, Hennepin and Ramsey counties are under a Flash Flood Watch until 4 a.m. Wednesday.
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It was a snowy Easter Sunday for most of the Twin Cities and southern Minnesota area as heavy, fat snowflakes fell at a rate of almost an inch per hour.
Forecasters said heavy rains were expected in a band from eastern Louisiana across central parts of Mississippi and Alabama and into far west Georgia.
Road conditions are challenging in northwestern Minnesota as the snow rolls in Feb. 12, 2020. Credit: Minnesota State Patrol
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Gusty weather is expected on Sunday for the Twin Cities that has a wind advisory in effect for the metro and areas to the north and west.
Extreme cold will follow snow that will sweep through the Twin Cities metro and central Minnesota overnight.
Residents in Duluth, Minnesota were digging out Sunday after the weekend storm dropped well over a foot of snow on the city. (Video from KQDS)
It is going to be an active couple of days as snow arrives Friday night and then, depending on your location, that precipitation could remain snow or switch to sleet or rain for the better part of Saturday with snow returning on Sunday.
The worst flooding in Venice in more than 50 years prompted calls Wednesday to better protect the historic city from rising sea levels as officials calculated hundreds of millions of euros in damages.