Here are some damage reports from severe storms up north

Trees down, windows shattered by huge hail.

Severe weather watches and warnings flew rapidly Monday evening as storms raced across northern Minnesota.

The storms produced at least one tornado report in Red Lake. Baseball-sized hail blew out windows in Tenstrike. Numerous large pine trees were uprooted in Grand Rapids.

Here’s a summary of select severe weather reports from Monday evening.

  • RED Lake [Beltrami Co, MN] LAW ENFORCEMENT reports TORNADO at 5:13 PM CDT -- PRELIMINARY REPORT OF OBSERVED TORNADO. REPORTS OF SOME STRUCTURAL DAMAGE.

  • Tenstrike [Beltrami Co, MN] PUBLIC reports HAIL of baseball size (E2.75 INCH) at 6:00 PM CDT -- REPORT OF BASEBALL SIZE HAIL AND WINDOW DAMAGE VIA SOCIAL MEDIA.

  • Bena [Cass Co, MN] PUBLIC reports HAIL of teacup size (M3.00 INCH) at 26 Jul, 6:34 PM CDT -- HAIL UP TO 2.9 INCHES MEASURED NEAR BENA. PHOTO AND REPORT VIA TWITTER. TIME ESTIMATED FROM RADAR.

  • Grand Rapids [Itasca Co, MN] TRAINED SPOTTER reports TSTM WND DMG at 26 Jul, 7:28 PM CDT -- LOCATION APPROXIMATE. MARBLE SIZE HAIL, APPROXIMATELY 9 80 FOOT TALL NORWAY PINE TREES UPROOTED.

  • Golf ball-sized hail in Hines north of Grand Rapids.

  • 2 NNW Superior [Lsz145 Co, WI] MESONET reports TSTM WND GST of M62 MPH at 26 Jul, 8:11 PM CDT -- MESONET STATION MN081 BLATNIK BRIDGE.

  • 3 NE Duluth [St. Louis Co, MN] NWS EMPLOYEE reports TSTM WND DMG at 26 Jul, 8:15 PM CDT -- HALF OF A TREE FALLEN OVER A HOUSE. NICKEL SIZE HAIL. TIME APPROXIMATE.

Flooding in tunnels on I-35 in Duluth.

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