Storms rolling through state Thursday

Several rounds of thunderstorms are making their way across Minnesota Thursday. Strong winds, hail and even tornadoes are possible.

The state is in for two rounds of storms on Thursday.

KARE 11 says the first round is hitting the Twin Cities in late morning, and a second round late this afternoon brings more of a chance for severe weather.

WCCO says the Minnesota Twins might be battling the elements around game time shortly after 7 p.m., when it could be quite stormy.

The weather is affecting Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, WCCO says. meteorologist Patrick Hammer says the greatest threat for severe storms will happen between 5 and 9 p.m.

The Twin Cities could get 3-5 inches of rain over the next week, the National Weather Service says.

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