Storm Center Update - Thursday PM
September 15, 2011, 3:18 PM
Clouds will be stubborn to leave eastern KELOLAND for the next few days, and temperatures remain well below average. Central and western South Dakota have a better chance for sun and warmer weather with highs getting back to the seventies in western KELOLAND starting on Friday. In the meantime, clouds will remain thick in central and eastern KELOLAND tonight with scattered light rain showers. The best chance for the light rain will be in southeast KELOLAND tonight, but a few showers are continuing in central and south central South Dakota. Lows tonight will not be as cold as last night, expect temperatures near forty by the morning.
The sunshine will slowly move into eastern South Dakota on Saturday, but temperatures will still be rather cool with highs in the middle sixties. Low seventies will move back into central South Dakota by that time and upper seventies will be found in the west. Another hit of rain is possible Saturday night and into Sunday for central and eastern KELOLAND. Skies will slowly clear on Sunday afternoon with temperatures in the upper sixties for the east, middle seventies in the central and west.
Next week’s highs will be closer to average with temperatures in the seventies Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Cooler air will be around on Wednesday with rain showers possible Tuesday afternoon and Tuesday night.
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