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September 11, 2013 04:06 PM

Storm Center Update - Wednesday PM

Clouds will thin for KELOLAND as we go through the evening, this will eventually lead to mostly clear and cool conditions.  Lows tonight will fall to the middle forties in northeast KELOLAND with lows fifties for everyone else.

Thursday will be a seasonal day with highs in the middle seventies in eastern South Dakota to the upper seventies in central and western South Dakota.  This will happen with plentiful sunshine.

Southeast KELOLAND will fall to the forties Friday morning.  Friday afternoon will be another seasonal day with highs in the middle seventies in eastern KELOLAND to the low eighties in central and western South Dakota. 

Saturday is looking interesting.  Low pressure will move in from the southwest to allow for thick clouds and rain.  The best bet to get wet is in southeast KELOLAND.  As of now, we have a forty percent chance to get rain in southeast KELOLAND.  The clouds and rain should keep the temperatures cool.  We’ll probably trim back the forecast high for Sioux Falls that day to the sixties.  There will be better chances for sun and dry skies the farther north and west you go of Sioux Falls.  For this reason, the chances for rain will be less and the temps will be warmer in northeast, central, and western South Dakota on Saturday.  Lingering showers will be possible on Sunday with highs in the seventies and eighties.

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