A line of severe storms could cross Minnesota Monday morning

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Storms unleashing in Wyoming and Montana later Sunday are expected to build into an impressive line that carries large hail and a threat of damaging winds throughout the Dakotas, Minnesota and possibly further south and east. ‘is.

The line could reach western Minnesota early Monday morning, then possibly cross eastern Minnesota and western Wisconsin by late Monday morning.

Here’s the HRRR model’s radar simulation, showing a line of storms moving mostly east-southeastward near the I-94 corridor Monday morning, reaching the Twin Cities late at noon.

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Monday could also feature temperatures in the mid-to-high 90s in southern Minnesota. The key will be how far north a warm front will rise on Monday, with the latest indications from the National Weather Service suggesting temperatures along and south of the Minnesota River Valley could be scorching, with highs in the 60s and 70s north of the front.

Tuesday will be nothing short of hot, with high temperatures in the Twin Cities expected to reach the mid-upper 90s. The current National Weather Service forecast high is 97 in Minneapolis. The heat index (how it feels outside) could be over 100 degrees.

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