Storms are expected to be quite strong, especially for this time of year.
Big-time damage in the south metro.
If storms can get going during daylight hours, they might be nasty.
A shot at temps in the 80s and 90s before the blast of cool weather arrives.
Storms will have plenty of energy to work with on Thursday afternoon and evening.
Storms impact the metro mainly after 7 p.m.
Some storms could be severe.
Keep an eye to the sky today.
Big storms capable of producing severe conditions are possible Saturday.
Severe storms are possible Friday before the threat ramps up Saturday.
Powerful storms could be ongoing this afternoon and evening.
An impressive bolt of lightning in the Roseville area Tuesday morning.
There were reports of trees down in Glenwood, Minnesota, earlier this morning.
There is potential for a severe weather bust, but if the situation develops appropriately there could be some nasty storms.
Storms could fire in South Dakota and Nebraska and develop into Minnesota.
Heat and a bunch of humidity will build back into the region by Saturday.
A tornado may have directly hit a farmstead, causing destruction.
Storms could produce damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes.
"Have a way to receive warnings and be prepared to seek shelter quickly with these fast moving storms," says the NWS.
A watch has been issued by the National Weather Service.
Wowzers it is going to be hot Wednesday.