An abnormal severe storm has brought with it 60 mph winds and it's hardly moving, according to the National Weather Service.
Damage reports on the west side of the metro are coming in, with reports of trees and power lines down. The severe storm looks like nothing on radar, but areas inside the yellow box were under the warning until 9 p.m., but it has been allowed to expire early.
Emergency management says Plymouth, Eden Prairie, Minnetonka, Orono, Victoria, Minnetrista, Medina, Wayzata, Independence and St. Bonifacius are in the path of the damaging winds, which are associated with a storm that is nearly stationary.
Rebekah Todd in Mound posted video to Facebook and said boats were submerged and docks were being ripped apart by strong winds on Lake Minnetonka.
Lynn Rohrer Reiners was filming the high winds and saw a couple of trees snap and fall on the shore of Harrison's Cove on Lake Minnetonka.
Meanwhile, a high wind warning has expired but winds of 40+ mph could still impact areas further west of the metro.