This morning at 5am I was watching a thunderstorm complex roll through Minneapolis and La Crosse, Wisconsin. It was moving straight east. Since then this cluster of activity has made a bit of a right hand turn. The core of the widespread rain is still sitting to the north of us in Madison, but a few thunderstorms have popped up on the tail end. These storms are moving to the east at 25 mph. We could see a few thunderstorms in the next couple of hours, which could produce brief downpours.
One thing that is working in our favor is that this complex is moving into a much drier atmosphere away from the greatest instability. They should slowly weaken as they continue to move east. -ADAM
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This post was written by Eric Sorensen on August 27, 2007