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June 20, 2013 07:53 AM

Storm Center Update - Thursday AM

Northeast KELOLAND was hit with heavy rain during the overnight hours with radar estimates of one to four inches or more.  We have received reports of three inches or more of rain in and near Wilmot.  Flash Flood Warnings have been posted until noon for Grant and Roberts Counties due to the heavy rain.

The rain in northeast South Dakota will move out of the area this morning leaving behind partly cloudy skies.  Temperatures will warm to the eighties today with redeveloping showers and storms later this afternoon and evening. 

Storms will start in central and north central South Dakota around five o’clock.  These storms will move east during the early development stages, then turn southeast later in the evening. 

Southeast KELOLAND has a chance for storms after 7:00. 

Some of the storms will be strong to severe with large hail and strong winds being likely.  Western South Dakota will stay dry today.


The storms will last through the overnight along and east of Interstate 29, but more storms are on the way for Friday. 

Another round of severe weather will once again be possible on Friday as storms develop during the late afternoon and evening.  Highs on Friday will be in the eighties to near ninety.


The unsettled weather will continue into the weekend with highs in the eighties.  The hot conditions in the southwest United States will break free and move into the central and northern plains next week.  I wouldn’t be surprised for ninety degree heat by midweek and beyond.

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