Thunderstorms have moved out of Minnesota, but forecasters say there's another chance for severe weather tonight.
Large hail was reported in some areas yesterday evening in central Minnesota, and there were a few tornado touchdowns in Polk County in northwestern Minnesota. But the weather service's Byron Paulson says there were no reports of significant damage.
"We were expecting, if there were tornadic reports, that the best chances would be up in central Minnesota where we had a warm front hung up, and then as a cold front marched into the state we started getting mainly hail and a few wind reports in southern sections of the state as well, Paulson said. "Then, this afternoon or late afternoon and evening, there is a chance of some activity getting going in Iowa on into southern Minnesota, and the Twin Cities would be on the edge of that. We'd be sort of on the northern edge."