The possibility for severe weather today in southern Minnesota and north Iowa is mostly between 4-8 p.m.
The most severe threat in the viewing area ranges from southern Minnesota to the northern edge of Iowa.
The highest risk will be for strong straight-line winds with an elevated threat for hail and tornadoes.
Straight-line winds produced significant damage overnight Sunday into Monday south of Mason City in the Sheffield and Rockwell areas.
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