Tornado touchdowns, warnings across state; more severe weather Sunday


Several tornadoes touched down across the state Saturday afternoon into the early evening.

A line of storms moved eastward across Minnesota late Saturday afternoon, causing brief heavy downpours and some hail, as well as a few tornadoes. A second storm system came through later in the evening.

A series of watches and warnings were issued for parts of the state as the storm passes through. You can find the latest list of weather warnings at the National Weather Service.

Several tornadoes were reported in Montevideo, Lac qui Parle County, Swift County, and other locations. However, no significant damage was reported.

Showers and storms are expected to continue Sunday.

The rain could continue into Monday as well as with cooler temps in the low 50s projected, according to the Star Tribune.

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