The Twin Ports of Duluth and Superior just got pounded with rain the last couple of days. The southwest to northeast band of showers, some torrential and violent at times, took its sweet time as it crossed the state and some areas saw as much as 10" more rain after an already very wet June. Each time I checked the weather radar yesterday and into this morning I was amazed to see the consistent beeline the storms were making at Duluth/Superior and on up the North Shore.
There's lots of flood damage to roads and some homes, but thankfully it looks like the only fatalities were animals at the local zoo.
A few inches more rain also fell widely across the Mississippi watershed in Minnesota and Wisconsin the last few days. At this point nobody is ringing alarm bells in the Twin Cities, but I think points south are getting dicier and dicier.