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Severe Storms in the Upper Midwest Monday

More unsettled weather is expected in the northern tier of the nation today (Monday). The threat will be once again in the Upper Midwest of North Dakota and Minnesota, where temperatures will be able to warm up and instability is able to build.

Severe Risks

All modes of severe weather will be in today’s forecast with damaging winds and large hail as the primary weather threats. An isolated tornado is possible, mainly in the northern Red River Valley into Northwest Minnesota.

The forecast snapshots below show where and when storms could form and move today (Monday). Storms will form and be most active ahead of a low pressure center and warm front.

The moderate to heavy precipitation in thunderstorms could help the dry conditions found across most of the region. Severe will again be possible Tuesday and Wednesday.

Keep it tuned to WeatherNation for the latest forecast.

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Joe Astolfi has been a weather enthusiast and geography guru ever since childhood.  After earning an Associate degree at Terra State Community College in Ohio, he decided to pursue a Bachelor degree in meteorology at Northern Illinois University.  He minored in Geographic Information Systems (GIS).  Before arriving at WeatherNation TV, Joe worked at WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois.  Forecasting ... Load Morefor northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin was anything but ordinary.  Severe storms, tornadoes, flooding, blizzards, and heat waves are just some of the extreme weather events he has covered.  Joe grew up in Sandusky, Ohio and will always have a passion for the Great Lakes region and all it has to offer.

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