(FOX 9) - Widespread rain and isolated storms are expected across the state, with central Minnesota under a slight risk of severe weather, and the rest of the state under a marginal risk.
Some of the isolated storms this afternoon bring the potential of strong wind, and possibility for tornadoes. Expect isolated storms to develop between noon and 8 p.m., with storms dissipating after 10 p.m.
The Twin Cities could see anywhere from .25”-.50” of rain Sunday. Farther North, toward Alexandria, could see anywhere from 1.5”-2” of rain.
Today is a good day to stay sky aware and have a storm plan in place in case anything develops.