EF-1 tornado confirmed near Conroy Tuesday
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 12:47 PM EDT
Wednesday, July 12, 2017 12:51 PM EDT
Written by Kyle Kiel, KWWL Storm Track 7 Meteorologist
View of tornado from near Norway
The National Weather Service has confirmed the tornado near Conroy Tuesday evening was rated an EF-1 with peak winds estimated at 105 mph.So far, no reports of injuries.
A warm and humid night is ahead with temperatures only dropping into the low70s by Wednesday morning. Storms are forecast to develop in northwest Minnesota this evening and track southeast. Late tonight, after midnight, a few storms are may move across northeast Iowa (north and east of Waterloo). Locally heavy rain and gusty winds are possible if the storms move across this area. The best chance of storms would be located northeast of Iowa and missing most of the state.
The evening hours are going to be hot and very humid. An isolated shower is possible from the clouds this evening...many locations remain dry. The rest of the night remains humid and warm. The clouds break up a bit overnight with the chance of patchy fog Tuesday morning. A few showers/storms are possible Tuesday with highs in the low 80s north to near 90 south. The humidity level remains high making it feel very uncomfortable. Tuesday night is warm and humid again.
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