While the immediate Twin Ports area isn't expecting to see any widespread severe weather with Thursday's line of thunderstorms sweeping across Minnesota and Wisconsin, we can expect some rain and there is the potential of some stronger storm conditions before it's all done. Among those conditions, hail, wind, lighting, and heavy rain are possible.

Meanwhile, elsewhere in Minnesota has already seen some very dramatic storm clouds as well as some severe weather today. A number of severe thunderstorm warnings having been issued in more southern and western parts of the state, and a flash flood watch has also been issued through 11 pm tonight for Pine County in Minnesota and Burnett, Price, Sawyer, and Washburn counties in Wisconsin, including cities like Willow River, Kerrick, Hinckley, Hayward, Minong, Spooner, and Park Falls. This watch is because there is the potential for period of heavy rainfall today and again tonight that could lead to flash flooding.

Here are some of the photos and videos posted to social media from across Minnesota, capturing the dramatic skies associated with this storm system impacting much of the state. You can always submit photos of your own to us via our mobile app, using the submit media button in the app's menu (or just tap here if you're viewing this in our app).