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Labor Day Weekend Forecast Includes Severe Threat Sunday

The National Weather Service says we can expect thunderstorms to develop in western Minnesota on Sunday, with the storms tracking east across the state, and possibly becoming severe. Stay tuned, we'll keep you up to date on your Labor Day weekend weather with any possible watches or warnings.

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Severe Weather Possibility Continues For Sunday

National Weather Service forecast models continue to suggest the possibility of severe weather across the area on Sunday. As we move through the next couple of days, we'll have more details. Stay tuned, we'll keep you up to date on your Labor Day weekend weather.

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Tracking Possible Severe Weather Threat For Sunday

Although it's still early, National Weather Service forecast models are suggesting the possibility for severe weather across the are on Sunday. Stay tuned, we'll keep you up to date on your Labor Day weekend weather.

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Extreme Afternoon Heat, Strong Evening Storms

Hot and humid conditions will lead to dangerous heat indices of 100˚ to 110˚ this afternoon, prompting the National Weather Service to issue a Heat Advisory for the St. Cloud area. Storms will develop this evening, with Central Minnesota at moderate risk for severe weather tonight.

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Heat And Humidity On The Way Sunday & Monday

The hot and humid Minnesota summer weather that has escaped us so far this season will make an appearance Sunday and Monday, with the heat index possibly soaring as high as 110 Monday afternoon. An Excessive Heat Watch has been issued for the Twin Cities Monday afternoon and evening.

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All-Time St. Cloud Record High Set On This Date In 1936

Enjoy today's dose of cooler weather -- St. Cloud residents would have relished it back on July 14th, 1936; when the temperature soared to an all-time record high of 107˚. Today's high of 64˚ will be the coolest day of the week, but temps will remain below average all week.

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Winter Storm Watch Cancelled [Update]

The Winter Storm Watch issued by the National Weather Service for the St. Cloud area for Monday has been cancelled. Warmer air is expected to produce a mainly rainy and blustery day across the area. Heavy snow is still expected for parts north tomorrow.

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