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UPDATED: Storm photos and video from Memorial Day weekend 2022

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An evergreen was uprooted by the Memorial Day weekend storms, and landed on a 1973 Monte Carlo in the process of being restored near Sacred Heart.
Contributed / Violet Nelson, Sacred Heart
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Several severe storms rolled through west central Minnesota during the Memorial Weekend.

Share your storm photos with West Central Tribune by sending photos or video to: news@wctrib.com .

Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.
Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.<br/>
Submitted by Alan Egge
Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.
Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.<br/>
Submitted by Alan Egge
Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.
Storm photos taken on May 30, 2022 from Third Street Northeast in Pennock, Minnesota.<br/>
Submitted by Alan Egge
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/><br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/><br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/><br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/><br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.
Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/><br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
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Photo of May 30 damage at the home of Pastor Don and Sue Plantinga on the north east side of Lake Florida. Their 21-foot pontoon, lift and dock were flipped upside down in the water. Neighbors on each side also had damage also.<br/><br/>
Submitted by Bob Dickerson
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An evergreen was uprooted by the Memorial Day weekend storms, and landed on a 1973 Monte Carlo in the process of being restored near Sacred Heart.
Contributed / Violet Nelson, Sacred Heart

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An evergreen was uprooted by the Memorial Day weekend storms, and landed on a 1973 Monte Carlo in the process of being restored near Sacred Heart.
Contributed / Violet Nelson, Sacred Heart

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A photo of storm system approaching Willmar about 6 p.m. Monday.
Kit Grode / Tribune photo
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A photo of the thunderstorm clouds approaching Willmar about 6 p.m. Monday.
Kit Grode / Tribune photo

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A pergola gazebo blown up against a garage on the morning of May 30, 2022 in the 600 block of 8th Street Southwest in Willmar.
A pergola gazebo blown up against a garage on the morning of May 30, 2022 in the 600 block of 8th Street Southwest in Willmar.
Rand &amp; Donna Middleton
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
The potential exists for a few-hour window of supercells with very strong mesocyclone capable of producing strong tornadoes in the early afternoon in western Minnesota.

Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022
Eagle Creek Golf Course storm damage on May 30, 2022<br/>
Submitted / Peter Hannig
The risk for severe weather in Minnesota for the holiday weekend continues to grow, according to the National Weather Service Twin Cities. Following a small line of storms Sunday morning, damage has already being reported. Furniture Plus in Willmar had part of its roof torn up by a quick burst of what is believed to have been some straight line winds. The forecast is calling for even more chances of severe weather from Sunday evening through Monday evening.

Olivia area tree damage
Thunderstorm winds early Monday (May 30, 2022) morning blew down five trees on a farmstead north of Olivia, Minn.
Contributed / Trisha Lindrud

Furniture Plus roof in Willmar on May 29, 2022
Damage to the roof at Furniture Plus in Willmar is believed to have been caused by winds Sunday morning as a line of thunderstorms moved through.
Contributed / Trisha Lindrud
Furniture Plus roof damage May 29 2022
Part of the roof of Furniture Plus in Willmar was damaged in a storm Sunday morning. There was no damage inside the store. More severe weather is in the forecast for western and southern Minnesota from Sunday evening through Monday.
Linda Vanderwerf / West Central Tribune

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