Some areas of Minnesota and Wisconsin are cleaning up Wednesday, after a line of strong thunderstorms swept through the area last night.
The storms knocked over some trees and downed scattered power lines. Inch-and-a-half-sized hail was reported in Proctor, and 60 to 70 mph wind gusts were reported in central Minnesota.
A few injuries were reported, including a 16-year-old from Harris who was struck by lightning while running along a parkway in Duluth. He's listed in stable condition at St. Luke's Hospital.
Wisconsin authorities also reported as many as a half dozen people hurt on the Turtle-Flambeau flowage near Hurley, along the border with Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Xcel Energy reported hundreds of scattered power outages across central Minnesota. Nearly 1,300 customers, mostly in the Twin Cities, are still without power.