Storms produced massive hailstones and damaging winds during Saturday's severe weather outbreak in the southern half of Minnesota.
The biggest hailstones fell from a severe storm near Appleton in western Minnesota during the morning wave of storms, with stones the size baseballs hammering the area.
The storms came in multiple waves. You can see in the radar replay below that a bowing line of storms moved through the middle of the state during the morning and early afternoon hours, followed by two additional waves starting in southwest Minnesota.
Here are the most notable storm reports
72 mph wind gust in Glenwood
60 mph wind gust in Slayton
Large trees uprooted in Rock County
Golf ball-sized hail in Murray County
Power poles snapped in Lyon County
Machine shed damaged by winds in Avoca (Lyon County)
70 mph winds damaged lumber building in Westbrook (Cottonwood County)
Grain bin damaged 1/2 mile south of Storden (Cottonwood County)
2.5-inch hail near Larchwood (Lyon County)
Trees uprooted or snapped and a roof blown off a building in Windom
Reports of two semi trucks flipped over in Lincoln County, South Dakota
Billboard snapped in half in Lincoln County, South Dakota
Large trees snapped north of Comfrey
Trees downed in southern Sleepy Eye
Golf-ball sized hail in Sauk Rapids
2-inch hail near Royalton, Minnesota
Ping pong ball-sized hail in Sartell
Trees downed and urban flooding in Sauk Centre
2.75-inch hail near Danvers in Swift County