Heavy thunderstorms on June 13th and 14th brought heavy rains to northwest Minnesota, specifically to eastern Polk and Clearwater Counties. The heaviest two day amount found was 6.40 inches in Fosston. The heavy rains lead to some flooded basements in the towns of Fosston and McIntosh of Polk County.
In addition to the heavy rains, Minnesota's 4th and 5th tornadoes of the season were sighted. One was a series of brief waterspouts in Clearwater County, and other was observed along the south shore of Red Lake in Beltrami County near the Red Lake Reservation Casino.
Listed below is a public information statement about the tornadoes courtesy the Grand Forks National Weather Service.
PRELIMINARY LOCAL STORM REPORT...SUMMARY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE EASTERN ND/GRAND FORKS 740 PM CDT THU JUN 14 2007 ..TIME... ...EVENT... ...CITY LOCATION... ...LAT.LON... ..DATE... ....MAG.... ..COUNTY LOCATION..ST.. ...SOURCE.... ..REMARKS.. 0518 PM TORNADO 2 SE CLEARBROOK 47.67N 95.40W 06/14/2007 CLEARWATER MN BROADCAST MEDIA RADIO STATION RELAYED REPORT FROM PUBLIC OF MULTIPLE BRIEF WATERSPOUTS OBSERVED SOMETIME BETWEEN 515 AND 520 PM CDT...POSSIBLY NEAR PETERSON LAKE. 0555 PM TORNADO RED LAKE 47.88N 95.02W 06/14/2007 BELTRAMI MN LAW ENFORCEMENT BRIEF TOUCHDOWN REPORTED ON THE SOUTH SHORE OF RED LAKE NEAR THE RED LAKE RESERVATION CASINO. 0603 PM FUNNEL CLOUD 11 ENE CLEARBROOK 47.76N 95.21W 06/14/2007 CLEARWATER MN LAW ENFORCEMENT MULTIPLE FUNNELS REPORTED BY CLEARWATER SHERIFF OVER CLEARWATER LAKE.