The National Weather Service says isolated severe storms are possible late this evening across southern Minnesota. Large hail will be the primary threat, but damaging winds will also be possible.

The likely time of arrival of storms will be from 6 pm through 11 pm as a strong cold front sweeps across the region. The forecast calls for a 60% chance of thunderstorms with a few becoming severe.

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Following today's summer-like 80 degree high, much cooler temps will settle in across the area with highs near 60 tomorrow, then nothing but 40s and 50s for as far as the eye can see.

From the National Weather Service this morning: A strong cold front may spark a few severe thunderstorms this evening. Large hail will be the main threat. Western Wisconsin has the best chance of seeing thunderstorms with chances diminishing to the west. Storms come to an end by midnight with much cooler air moving in behind the front.

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