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MN storm chances; warm nights are fingerprint of climate change

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Another chance of showers and storms today, mainly in the Dakotas and northwestern Minnesota where there is a slight risk of severe storms. Locations further east, including the Twin Cities, could get the leftovers of those storms early Thursday morning.

Sven doesn't think those leftovers will be anything more significant than some showers with a rumble of thunder or two, which is too bad because it's getting pretty dry in and around the Twin Cities.

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Meanwhile, the forecast high in the metro will be around 90 degrees today and Thursday, and next week looks like another hot one with temps likely in the 80s and maybe even the 90s as the heat dome settles in over the region.

Storms are possible Saturday night and maybe again on Fourth of July night, but details that far out remain murky at best. 

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