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8/9/05: NOW: WI/MN/IA

Major development is underway across MN/WI... With a small, intense line forming in southeast MN... With a few more severe storms in western WI.

A very defined supercell has managed to develop AND sustain itself just northeast of Eau Claire, WI -- While no tornadoes have been confirmed yet, there is pretty decent low-level rotation within the storm, also, spotters just reported a wall cloud on it.

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/radar/images/DS.p1...karx/latest.gif
 
Originally posted by Darren Addy
Tornado warned storm in Blaine County, NE near Brewster.

Darren Addy
Kearney, NE

Just taking a look at that storm, it is a result of a split. Nice HP left mover there. Some definate mid-level rotation and developing low level mesocyclone looks to be on the way.

Edit: Meso just popped up just west of the hail core about 2 miles ENE of Brewster where the inflow is roaring in. Hook echo structure developing currently.
 
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