close Video National forecast for Sunday, July 19 Adam Klotz has your FoxCast. The heat wave that’s bringing record temperatures to a large part of the country is fueling some powerful storms across the Upper Midwest, including one that produced a tornado in Wisconsin on Saturday. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) said there were dozens of reports of hail and wind damage from severe weather across the Upper Midwest into the Great Lakes on Saturday. “Big severe thunderstorms,” Fox News meteorologist Adam Klotz said Sunday on “Fox & Friends Weekend.” “Actually a couple of tornadoes on the ground just outside of Minneapolis.” SUMMER HEAT WAVE SPREADS INTO NORTHEAST, OVER 115 MILLION UNDER ALERTS FROM STIFLING CONDITIONS According to the SPC, one tornado touched down in Pierce County, Wis., about five miles north-northeast of Prescott. Large trees were reported to be downed on a highway Storm reports across the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes after severe weather moved through the region on Saturday. (Fox News) In neighboring Minnesota, a family’s home caught fire in Blaine after a lightning strike as the storms moved through the area. Fire officials told FOX9 the incident happened around 6:20 p.m. The family was on the top floor of… Read full this story
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