The National Weather Service is advising people living in southeastern Minnesota and northeast Iowa to keep track of weather conditions tonight because of the possibility of severe storms.

Forecasters say a cluster of thunderstorms could move into the region after cruising through the eastern Dakotas and west-central Minnesota. The main threat from the storms will be damaging winds, large hail, and heavy rain with a small risk for isolated tornado activity.

The National Weather Service is expecting the storms to arrive in southeastern Minnesota between 10 PM and midnight.