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NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE

"Excess rainfall" this spring has reversed the severe drought the north saw last year, and it's unlikely there will be a drought in the region for the foreseeable future, according to a climate outlook report.
From the column: "The intention here is not to minimize the seriousness of straight-line windstorms but to put them into perspective. They are not unprecedented, as is often suggested in the news media."
National Weather Service staff confirmed Thursday that tornadoes touched down across northern Minnesota.
More rain is forecasted for Sunday and Monday.

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With more rain forecast, sandbagging resorts and businesses try to stay open amidst record flooding.
The National Weather Service confirmed the tornado Saturday, citing a "consistent tree fall pattern indicative of a tornado."

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