Heavy rain fell along and near Highway 14 early this morning. Radar estimates of one to three inches or more have been common along and near Highway 14. In fact, through 7:00 this morning Huron received 3.15” with Brookings at 2.76”, and it’s still raining. The rain will continue to slowly move east/southeast through the morning.
The chance for rain during the afternoon will diminish, but don’t be surprised for an isolated shower/thundershower. Anything that is still around during the evening will go away as the sun sets. Highs today will be in the upper seventies to lower eighties with light winds.
Weak high pressure will move into western Minnesota late today and tonight to help bring in drier air. This high pressure system will give KELOLAND dry skies on Sunday with highs in the upper seventies and lower eighties.
Much colder air arrives on Monday with highs in the sixties and seventies. The cool air will last through at least midweek, before slowly warming for Thursday.