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Trees and power lines downed by storms in south central Minnesota

The Weather Service estimated winds at up to 60 mph Thursday night as a line of thunderstorms swept through south central Minnesota. The storms brought hail and lightning, as well as downpours.
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The Weather Service estimated winds at up to 60 mph Thursday night as a line of thunderstorms swept through south central Minnesota. The storms brought hail and lightning, as well as downpours.

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