The Weather Service says wind gusts up to 50 miles an hour are possible tonight in western Minnesota as a strong cold front pushes out our spring-like weather. Forecasters say a tornado is even possible in southern Minnesota. The earliest that has ever happened was March 18th, 1968 in Watonwan County. Temperatures are expected to fall into the upper 40s tomorrow (Tues) with hazardous high winds possible, and highs will be only in the 30s by Wednesday.
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