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Sven Sundgaard discusses severe storm chances in Minnesota

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Fun fact from meteorologist Sven Sundgaard: Having hit 90 degrees in the Twin Cities again today, it's the seventh time of 90+ this year. The normal to date is just three. We had 11 at this point last year, but that was after the second hottest June on record. 

Sundgaard has the latest on severe storm chances the next 48 hours, which includes a now-upgraded slight risk across central Minnesota Thursday night. 

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"Severe thunderstorms are possible both this evening and late Friday night. Today's threat level is more isolated and conditional, with large hail and wind gusts possible with any supercells that may develop. Friday night's threat could be more widespread, with damaging wind the most likely threat. A few storms cannot be ruled out early on Friday as well," the National Weather Service says.

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