Severe storms roared through Northern Minnesota on Wednesday with multiple tornado warnings issued later in the day.
**MOMENTS AGO** Reports coming in of funnel clouds, waterspouts, and even a tornado touch down with storms near Red Lake, MN on Wednesday evening. A Tornado Watch remains in effect for parts of northern Minnesota until 1 AM CT. #mnwx pic.twitter.com/mzTWzqHLoK
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The National Weather Service in Grand Forks, ND, conducted a damage survey in Beltrami County, MN on Thursday after numerous reports came in of funnel clouds, waterspouts, and even a tornado on the ground Wednesday evening between 9-9:30 PM.
It was concluded that there were three separate tornado tracks, with ratings of EF-0 to EF-1 and peak wind gusts between 80-100 MPH with the storms.
**JUST IN** The US National Weather Service Grand Forks North Dakota reports there were THREE separate tornado tracks from the severe storms that moved through Northern Minnesota near Red Lake on Wednesday. Ratings were between an EF-0 to EF-1 & peak winds ranged between 80-100 MPH!
Posted by WeatherNation on Thursday, July 12, 2018
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