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Photo by Rachelle Klemme Angie Huttunen shows a golf ball-sized hail stone fitting snugly into a dinner glass.

This time: hail, more wind

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A damaging hail storm on Saturday, July 17 was merely the latest episode in a month plagued by severe weather and multiple tornado warnings. For the extended Huttunen family and other residents north of Wadena and Bluffton, the heavy rain and large hailstones dropping into their property were only the tip of the iceberg.

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In fact, the Huttunen farm took more damage from the Wednesday, July 14 windstorms than the June 17 EF4 tornado itself.

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