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SEVERE WEATHER

Businesses like Boone’s Market grocery store and community gathering places like St. James Catholic Church provided food and water to needy residents. Morrison County Sheriff Shawn Larsen said a man stopped by the Randall Fire Hall to offer a donation to support ongoing relief.
The National Weather Service issued near-continuous severe thunderstorm warnings for southern Crow Wing County for nearly four hours between 6-9:45 p.m. Parts of Cass, Morrison and Aitkin counties were also included in warned areas as storm after storm moved over the region.
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The National Weather Service in Duluth extended a severe thunderstorm warning for south-central Cass County and southwestern Crow Wing County until 7:45 p.m. Thursday, June 23.
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Gusty winds could knock down tree limbs and blow unsecured objects around. Minor hail damage to outdoor objects is possible. Anyone outdoors, including anyone on or in water, should seek shelter inside a sturdy building or hard-topped vehicle, the weather service stated.

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As of Tuesday evening, area emergency personnel reported no injuries as a result of the storms.
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