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June 05, 2015 11:47 PM

Storm Center Update - Saturday AM

Some showers have drifted into central South Dakota early this Saturday morning. The only official report in (as of 4:30AM) is from Pine Ridge where they received 0.48” of rain so far today but more showers and even thunderstorms are expected later today.

An area of low pressure will move over the Midwest today and it’s bringing severe weather to parts of KELOLAND. This low pressure will bring afternoon highs in the 70s to low 80s today. Storms are expected to start up this afternoon in the heat of the day. The severe weather is expected in mainly the eastern half of South Dakota with more numerous and stronger storms in the southeast.

Tonight, the low pressure will move out of KELOLAND and the storms will go with it, leaving being clearing skies. Overnight lows in the 60s again.

Sunday is expected to be pleasant with mostly sunny to partly sunny skies and afternoon temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s again.

The skies will remain clear for the beginning of the next work week and highs warming to the mid-80s to even low 90s for parts of central KELOLAND. More showers are possible at the end of the next week. 

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