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November 11, 2010 03:09 PM

Storm Center Update - Thursday PM

Temperatures are definitely cooler but it was another decent day across the area today with sunshine for most of KELOLAND. For Friday and the weekend most of the state will continue the trend with partly to mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s. The one exception will be SE KELOLAND and especially NW Iowa. A storm system will move through the SE late tonight, Friday and even into early Saturday. Right now we have two very different model looks for the system. One of them will bring the system farther north affecting much of E SD. The other model is farther east and misses most of E SD with precip falling only in the SE. At this point we are leaning on the model that takes the system for the most part east of the area. We will need to keep a close eye on things of course just in case it starts to drift back west. So for folks in far SE SD, NW IA and SW MN be on the lookout for rain mixed with snow changing over to all snow late tonight into the day tomorrow. Some sloppy accumulation is likely in NW IA and SW MN.

Next week looks cool as well with another system diving out of Canada late Tuesday into Wednesday. Rain or snow will again be possible with this system.


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