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Storm Center Update - Friday PM

May 16, 2014, 3:25 PM by Scot Mundt

It will be another night with patchy frost in eastern KELOLAND as temps will fall to the low and middle thirties.  It would still be a good idea to cover any plants if you live east of the James River Valley.

The weekend will be warmer with highs in the sixties to low seventies.  Winds will be light with speeds of five to fifteen miles per hour on Saturday with slightly stronger winds on Sunday.  Western South Dakota will have scattered showers throughout the weekend while central and eastern KELOLAND stay dry.  A stronger storm system will move through all of KELOLAND on Monday to bring widespread rain.  Along with the rain, temperatures will be slightly cooler with highs in the middle sixties.

Slightly cooler than average temperatures will continue through next week.

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