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March 19, 2017 06:25 PM

Storm Center Update - Sunday PM March 19

We’ve had a wonderful Sunday of weather across KELOLAND. Temperatures have been much-above normal, with temperatures reaching the upper 60s in the north to the 70s to around 80 degrees in the south.


Skies will be clear to partly cloudy tonight, and even though winds will become light out of the north, it will be mild. Overnight lows will be in the 30s.


Tomorrow Spring begins at 5:28 AM. For weather, we’ll start to see the effects of moisture streaming in at cloud level. Skies will be mostly cloudy with a northeasterly breeze. Temperatures will be much cooler than today, with highs only in the 50s. Rain or even some snow will be possible in western and central portions of KELOLAND, especially late in the day.


Tuesday will be another cloudy day, with a good chance of rain showers across KELOLAND, and there will also be a chance for some snowflakes to mix in. With persistent northeast winds, it will be sharply cooler, with highs in the north and west, to the low 40s in the south.

Widespread cold rain will be possible on Wednesday, and temperatures will be even cooler, with highs only in the 30s East River. It will be much warmer in the West (Rapid City near 60) because of air flowing in ahead of the next storm system.

That storm system will bring more rainfall to KELOLAND Thursday and Friday. There could be a snow-mix to the north during the coldest part of the day. But this looks like a vigorous storm system, so there is even the potential for a bit of thunder and lightning as it comes through.
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