Warm, humid Sunday to fuel strong storms

Severe storms are possible in parts of Minnesota as a cold front sweeps across the state. The National Weather Service says a line of thunderstorms is expected to develop Sunday afternoon. Hail and strong winds will be the main threat, but isolated tornadoes can not be ruled out.
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Severe storms are possible across parts of Minnesota as a cold front sweeps across the state. The National Weather Service says a line of thunderstorms is expected to develop Sunday afternoon. Hail and strong winds will be the main threat, but isolated tornadoes can not be ruled out.

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