There have been some isolated funnel cloud reports late this afternoon along a line of showers which extended from extreme southeast South Dakota, into extreme northwest Iowa, and into the southern sections of southwest Minnesota. This activity is along a stationary wind shift line where winds are shifting from the southeast, to the east or northeast. In this environment, it is possible that a funnel could very briefly touch the ground. However, the atmosphere is actually fairly stable, and the wind shear very weak, meaning that any rotational properties of a funnel or brief touchdown are very weak. The situation will be closely monitored for strengthening rotation on the radar. This activity will likely subside by around 6pm CDT.