Short Range Models spell good news for Minneapolis/St. Paul

The Twin Cities have been very fortunate in that they have avoided severe weather for the bulk of the year. Today, much of eastern Minnesota finds itself (along with Western Wisconsin) in the slight risk area for severe storms. It’s been there for 5 days now. Now, however, the short range models have thunderstorms emerging in northern Minnesota and not popping up south of St. Cloud until after 9, when the boundary is almost out of the Twin Cities.

It’s far too early to make any proclamations, but if the short range models are correct, the Twin Cities will continue their dry, incident free summer tonight.

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