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SEVERE WEATHER

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One of the mightiest storms to hit the U.S. mainland in recent years, Ian flooded communities before plowing across the peninsula to the Atlantic seaboard. Local power companies said more than 2.5 million homes and businesses in Florida remained without power.
With winds estimated as high as 120 mph, the Forada neighborhood located closest to Maple Lake took the brunt of the damage from the EF-2 tornado on May 30.
“We want to make sure Minnesota homeowners are aware of possible changes to their homeowners’ insurance coverage and not be surprised after they submit a claim,” said Commerce Deputy Commissioner of Insurance Julia Dreier. “In the past, homeowners’ insurance may have covered all of a policyholder’s costs to replace a roof or siding for even modest hail or wind damage, but that may have changed.”
The April 12 EF2 tornado leveled or severely damaged nearly every structure in town, resulting in about $1.5 million in damage.
Strong storms possible across northern Minnesota
Some of the storms could become strong to severe.

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Two rounds of storms moved through the Red River Valley Sunday, July 10.
We have had a wide range of temperatures on Independence Day, ranging from the upper 90s to the mid 30s. Some years were also a lot wetter than others.
Morning thundershowers will give way to increasing heat and humidity in the afternoon, June 29. Thunderstorms may develop in the evening and become severe with damaging wind and large hail as the primary threats.

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