MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A second spherical of extreme climate is shifting over Minnesota Tuesday night, so examine the most recent updates under.
UPDATE (8 p.m.): Extreme thunderstorm warnings are issued till 8:30 p.m. in Blue Earth, Faribault, Dakota, Goodhue, Le Sueur, McLeod, Nicollet, Redwood, Rice, Steele, Waseca and Yellow Medication counties.
Line of extreme storms creeping nearer to the metro. Hail has been the first trouble-maker. pic.twitter.com/ICNI3vqYqf
— Chris Shaffer (@WCCOShaffer) April 13, 2022
UPDATE (7:15 p.m.): The extreme thunderstorm warnings for Faribault, Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Pipestone and Martin counties have been prolonged till 8 p.m.
Extreme Thunderstorm Warning together with Fairmont MN, Winnebago MN, Minnesota Lake MN till 8:00 PM CDT pic.twitter.com/fMQq2yYa09
— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) April 13, 2022
UPDATE (6:55 p.m.): Robust thunderstorms are shifting into southern Minnesota. Extreme thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Martin, Faribault, Lincoln, Lyon, Murray, Pipestone, and Rock counties till 7:15 p.m.
Moreover, one other extreme thunderstorm warning has been issued for Blue Earth and Watonwan counties till 7:45 p.m.
⚠️ SEVERE T-STORM WARNING for areas shaded in orange till 4/12 7:45PM. Extreme storms can produce hail 1″ or bigger, 60+ mph winds & tornadoes. Transfer to an inside room on the bottom ground of a sturdy constructing. https://t.co/hcQdTh3wDG #mnwx #wiwx pic.twitter.com/uDT32SiOwU
— WCCO – CBS Minnesota (@WCCO) April 13, 2022
UPDATE (6 p.m.): A extreme thunderstorm watch has been issued throughout a lot of southern Minnesota, together with the Twin Cities metro and elements of western Wisconsin.
The watch is slated to final till midnight. Forecasters say the first risk is giant hail, though there is also remoted tornadoes and damaging winds.
A extreme thunderstorm watch has been issued for elements of Minnesota, South Dakota and Wisconsin till 12 AM CDT pic.twitter.com/H5LYTZ6ov0
— NWS Twin Cities (@NWSTwinCities) April 12, 2022
A twister watch nonetheless stays in impact for an space of south-central Minnesota close to the Iowa border. This space contains the cities of Albert Lea, Mankato, Owatonna, and Fairmont.
UPDATE (5:34 p.m.): Whereas extreme storms Tuesday night may convey tornadoes to southern Minnesota, a snowstorm is blowing over the northwestern nook of the state.
The Nationwide Climate Service has prolonged a winter storm warning to incorporate Purple Lake and Pennington counties. A lot of the northwestern nook of the state is now underneath winter storm warnings or winter climate advisories.
Climate officers say that journey within the space might be treacherous over the following 48 hours, as widespread blowing snow may create close to whiteout situations.
UPDATE (5:08 p.m.): The twister watch that’s protecting a lot of Iowa has been prolonged into southern Minnesota.
The Nationwide Climate Service says Blue Earth, Faribault, Freeborn, Martin, Steele, Waseca, and Watonwan counties might be underneath the watch till 10 p.m.
Together with the specter of tornadoes, forecasters say there is also widespread damaging winds, with gusts as much as 70 mph, and hail as giant as tennis balls.
UPDATE (4 p.m.): A twister watch has been issued for a lot of Iowa, extending to the Minnesota border. WCCO-TV meteorologists say that whereas Minnesota isn’t at the moment within the watch space, it’s nonetheless doable twisters develop in southern Minnesota within the night hours.
The Twister Watch stops on the border, however we may see a number of in Southern Minnesota this night. Bear in mind your security plan ought to one hit the place you reside. pic.twitter.com/gqcHdJlnOd
— Chris Shaffer (@WCCOShaffer) April 12, 2022
UPDATE (3:40 p.m.): A twister watch is anticipated in southwestern Minnesota by 4 p.m. on a busy climate day Tuesday.
In the meantime, snow is falling in northwestern Minnesota and a big space of North Dakota is experiencing blizzard situations.
Busy climate day throughout #MNwx & #WIwx. A TORNADO WATCH is promised by 4p in SW MN; snow is falling in NW MN, and a blizzard is raging throughout #NDwx with 2-3″/hr of snow falling. @WCCOShaffer and @LisaMeadowsCBS have your backs tonight, on air and streaming on CBS Information Minnesota pic.twitter.com/OuIOqoCfq1
— Mike Augustyniak (@MikeAugustyniak) April 12, 2022
Watch dwell updates on the high of the hour this afternoon and night on CBS Information Minnesota.
UPDATE (2:45 p.m.): Winter storm warnings at the moment are in place for Polk, Kittson, Roseau and Marshall counties till 7 p.m.
It seems the primary spherical of storm techniques have moved out of southern Minnesota and into Wisconsin. Extreme thunderstorm warnings issued for Olmsted and Wabasha counties will expire at 3 p.m. The identical warning in Winona County and Buffalo County, Wisconsin will expire at 4 p.m.
In the meantime, there have been widespread studies of hail, together with in Northfield and Cannon Falls.
— WCCO – CBS Minnesota (@WCCO) April 12, 2022
UPDATE (2:20 p.m.) — 9 semis have been blown over amid stormy situations on Interstate 35 south of Faribault. The highway seems to be closed on the northbound lanes.
Extreme thunderstorm warnings have been added for Olmsted, Wabasha and Winona counties till 3 p.m.
— WCCOWeather (@wccoweather) April 12, 2022
UPDATE (2 p.m.) — Extreme thunderstorm warnings have been issued in Dakota, Goodhue and Rice counties till 2:45 p.m. The identical warning is in place for Wisconsin’s Pierce County for two:45 p.m.
⚠️ SEVERE T-STORM WARNING for areas shaded in orange till 4/12 2:45PM. Extreme storms can produce hail 1″ or bigger, 60+ mph winds & tornadoes. Transfer to an inside room on the bottom ground of a sturdy constructing. https://t.co/hcQdTh3wDG #mnwx #wiwx pic.twitter.com/mxVnPAN2FR
— WCCO – CBS Minnesota (@WCCO) April 12, 2022
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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — One other messy climate system will transfer into Minnesota Tuesday, bringing rain, hail, snow and excessive winds.
The WCCO Climate Workforce says the best likelihood for extreme climate might be in southern Minnesota from about 6 p.m. to midnight. Anticipate excessive wind gusts and enormous hail, and there’s an outdoor likelihood of remoted tornadoes.
Showers and a few embedded thunderstorms began in southwestern and western Minnesota simply after midday.
Rain is anticipated to achieve the Twin Cities within the afternoon earlier than the storm picks up once more within the night.
— LisameadowsCBS (@LisaMeadowsCBS) April 12, 2022
Minnesotans up north will see snow, and blizzard situations are doable within the far northwestern nook of the state.
The storm will transfer out in a single day, although a number of showers within the Twin Cities and a few snow up north may happen early Wednesday. Issues ought to dry out by the afternoon. Anticipate a cloudy, cool and windy day.
Thursday brings the prospect of a wintry combine and cooler temperatures, which is able to keep depressed via the Easter weekend.