Southern Minnesota hit with tornado, heavy rain

A line of storms pushed across southern Minnesota Friday. The Star Tribune reports one tornado destroyed some farm buildings, toppled trees and knocked out power near Kiester. The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms is possible Saturday through Sunday.
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A line of storms pushed across southern Minnesota Friday. The Star Tribune reports one tornado destroyed some farm buildings, toppled trees and knocked out power near Kiester. The National Weather Service says another round of thunderstorms is possible Saturday through Sunday.

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