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Storm Center Update - Monday PM

April 28, 2014, 2:31 PM by Scot Mundt

Rain and snow will continue in western South Dakota through the afternoon and evening.  Snow will mix with the rain later tonight in central South Dakota and northeast KELOLAND.  Snow amounts (if any) will stay light.  Lows will fall to the thirties tonight as northerly winds continue at fifteen to thirty miles per hour.

Tuesday will be another gray day.  Highs will be in the forties with on and off rain showers.  Strong north winds will continue to blow at twenty to thirty-five miles per hour.  Wednesday will be much of the same with mostly cloudy skies, scattered light rain, and strong winds.

We will get a break from the rain and wind starting Thursday and it should last through the first half of the weekend.  Along with the dry skies, temperatures will warm to the fifties and low sixties for the weekend.

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