Thunderstorms development is expected in the next couple of hours along and in in advance of a cold front moving eastward from South Dakota toward Minnesota/northwest Iowa. The storm environment will favor mostly organized clusters and line segments capable of producing damaging winds and large hail. There will be a somewhat greater supercell risk, with perhaps a tornado or two, along a residual boundary across southern and central Minnesota. This area will be monitored closely through the evening, in case the tornado risk increases to the point that a small tornado watch becomes necessary.
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