The National Weather service says there's a marginal risk of severe weather across southern Minnesota late this afternoon and this evening.

Scattered storms, some severe, will develop along a cold front later this afternoon. Damaging wind and large hail are possible in eastern and southern Minnesota. The storms will end later this evening as the front moves east.

The threat level increases to the north and east, with higher chances of severe storms towards Red Wing and the Twin Cities.

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Be weather aware, and have multiple ways to receive warnings, especially if you have outdoor plans.

Thursday will be cooler and sunny, but winds will still be breezy. Looking ahead, a heat wave is anticipated to begin Saturday and continue into next week.

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