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August 26, 2015 12:58 AM

Storm Center Update- Wednesday AM

Sioux Falls, SD

A warmer forecast is ahead for KELOLAND along with increasing chances of rain the next 24 to 48 hours.  Today’s forecast looks warmer with highs into the lower 90s for both Pierre and Rapid City.  Some areas of SW South Dakota could be in the mid 90s this afternoon.  Aberdeen will be cooler with highs in the lower 80s, while Sioux Falls should hold in the upper 70s. 

Chances of rain will increase tonight and tomorrow as the next storm system tracks across KELOLAND.  We expect chances of rain to spread into Sioux Falls by tomorrow morning, but the heaviest rain will likely hold off until late tomorrow afternoon into the evening. 

As of this morning, the 48 hour forecast for rainfall looks heaviest in southeastern KELOLAND, with 1-2” totals possible through Friday AM.  A couple of spots could see locally heavier totals.

The rain and clouds will impact temperatures through Friday, but highs will be much warmer by the weekend.  90s should be back for Pierre and Rapid City.  This trend will continue into next week as highs remain at or above normal.


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