Severe weather moving through northern Minnesota this evening

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Some strong storms are moving through western and northwestern Minnesota Saturday evening, and the National Weather Service has been issuing a series of severe thunderstorm and tornado warnings as the system has moved into the area.

Thunderstorms with strong winds and hail were moving through North Dakota into northwestern Minnesota, according to the NWS. The agency says winds up to 30 miles per hour and pea-size hail are expected.

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