Mother nature is threatening to interrupt some outdoor Father's Day plans. The National Weather Service says there's a moderate risk for severe thunderstorms for parts of Minnesota. Large hail, damaging winds and a few tornadoes are possible as the weather system moves across the state.
Meteorologist Paul Douglas says the greatest tornado risk is over southwestern Minnesota. Ironically, there were 48 tornadoes across the state on June 17, 2010 -- the largest single-day tornado outbreak on record in Minnesota history.