Sunday morning, an EF1 tornado tore through parts of Michigan.
Cooler temps push into the Northeast on Monday while showers continue to soak southern Florida.
Strong winds, heavy rain and hail rolled through Mankato Saturday afternoon.
Polo has sustained winds of 40 miles per hour.
We are heading closer to the MLB playoffs and the weather is certainly feeling like Mid-October in the Northeast.
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Eddy County, New Mexico has lifted its flash flood warning this morning and is ready to start clean up.
While the southern Plains and Southwest received plenty of water last week, California and much of the West remained dry with high fire danger.
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Temperatures are at times well above or well below average. How unusual is this? What does the average tell us?