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A strong storm rolled through the Twin Cities metro Thursday evening with winds and rains strong enough to knock down trees and power lines.
Gusts in the metro area reached up to 56 miles per hour, according to Fox 9 meteorologists. Multiple trees and branches were also knocked down west of the metro in Glencoe.…
One of the most powerful tornadoes ever recorded in the United States barreled across southern Plains on May 31, 2013, devastating areas near El Reno, Oklahoma.
With the threat for tropical development this Memorial Day holiday weekend, many may be wondering if early season development translates into an active Atlantic hurricane season.