There’s a chance for severe storms throughout the Red River Valley and northwestern Minnesota Tuesday afternoon and evening, the National Weather Service said.

The region could see hail up to an inch and winds of 60 mph, according to the weather service. There also is the possibility of a tornado.

Cold air will move into the Red River Valley from southern Manitoba mid afternoon and meet with a warm and unstable air mass, the weather service said. Grand Forks is at the lowest risk for severe storm conditions, but the weather service estimated there is a greater potential for bad weather from Roseau, Minn., to Ada, Minn.

Although stormy weather could be in store, temperatures are expected to reach 91 degrees in Grand Forks, 90 degrees in Grafton and 86 degrees in Roseau, Minn.

Highs are expected to reach 75-83 degrees Wednesday with potential for another thunderstorm in the evening.