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Severe thunderstorms rumble through N.D. early this morning

A few severe thunderstorms were moving through western parts of the area early this morning. Two severe thunderstorm warnings were issued between 12:30 and 1 a.m. today. One was posted for northwestern and central Benson County, N.D., where a sto...

A few severe thunderstorms were moving through western parts of the area early this morning.

Two severe thunderstorm warnings were issued between 12:30 and 1 a.m. today.

One was posted for northwestern and central Benson County, N.D., where a storm was expected to produce walnut-size hail in the Brinsmade, Harlow and Minnewaukan areas.

Another severe thunderstorm warning was issued for southwestern and southern Towner County, N.D., where walnut-size hail was expected in the Arndt, Consodine, Cando, Egeland, Leeds and York areas.

Yet another severe thunderstorm warning was issued for Cavalier County, N.D., where a storm with golfball-size hail was moving through the Langdon, Mount Carmel, Olga and Vang areas between 2:30 and 3 a.m. today.

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A severe thunderstorm watch was in effect until 1 a.m. today for Grant, Morton, Oliver and Sioux counties of North Dakota.

A cold front extending from Saskatchewan to eastern Montana brought the storms was it moved into the Dakotas overnight.

A chance of isolated or scattered thunderstorms wasexpected to continue overnight in parts of northeastern North Dakota overnight and into northwestern Minnesota today and tonight.

After today, most of the week is expected to be dry, with the next, though slight, chance of thunderstorms in the Grand Forks area was expected Thursday night through Sunday.

Highs in the Grand Forks area today are expected to be from 75 to 80 degrees, dropping to the mid-70s the rest of the week. Lows all week are expected to be in the mid-50s.

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