A supercell thunderstorm that pushed through central Minnesota and raced east towards Duluth before moving over Lake Superior produced some incredible hail and powerful winds Friday night.
The photo above shows a hailstone the size of a baseball that fell in Breezy Point in Crow Wing County.
The severe thunderstorm warning from the National Weather Service warned people in the path of the storm that it was a "life-threatening situation" due radar indicated winds of 100 mph in the strongest part of the storm.
That frightening notification was released by the NWS around 7:25 p.m., with the radar imagery below showing base velocities within the storm. The dark blue area is likely where the strongest winds would've been.
It's not totally clear how much damage the storm left in its path, but reports include a house near the small town of Waukenabo in Aitkin County with significant damage, and according to the Brainerd Dispatch there was a report of a collapsed roof that trapped people inside and injured an 80-year-old man.
Other reports include many downed trees and power lines, including a large tree crushing a car in West Duluth, an area that appears to have been hit pretty hard.