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March 14, 2011 02:59 PM

Storm Center Update - Monday PM

A weak cold front will move through KELOLAND tonight and Tuesday. The front will bring thicker clouds and isolated showers tonight, but the amounts of rain will stay less than a tenth of an inch. Tonight’s lows will fall to the twenties and thirties while Tuesday’s highs will warm to the forties and fifties. The warm air will continue through much of the week with very mild air for Wednesday. Wednesday’s highs will range from near fifty in Aberdeen, sixty in Sioux Falls & Pierre, to seventy in Rapid City. Thursday and Friday will be slightly cooler than Wednesday, but temperatures will still be above average with highs in the forties and fifties. All this warm air will continue to lead to melting which in turn will lead to flood concerns.

Warm temperatures will continue into the weekend, but rain is also in the forecast. This will just add to the flooding threats across the area.
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