The National Weather Service says there's a risk of strong to severe storms across southern Minnesota this afternoon and evening.

Very large hail up to 2" in diameter (or egg sized) will be the primary threat, with damaging winds also possible. The severe weather risk across southern Minnesota will mainly be from 5 pm to 10 pm.

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Remain weather aware, and have multiple ways of receiving weather warnings, especially if you have outdoor plans.

From the National Weather Service this morning: Two rounds of storms are expected today, in the morning and again in the afternoon/evening. Some of the afternoon/evening storms could be severe, with very large hail being the primary threat.

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