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Look for a mild and windy day in much of southeastern KELOLAND with highs in the upper 70s, while highs in the lower 60s will continue to melt snow in Rapid City. Aberdeen and Pierre will be mild with highs in the lower to mid 70s with lots of sunshine. Another mild and dry day is forecast tomorrow, which will give farmers another good day for harvesting. Highs on Wednesday will range from 78 in Sioux Falls to the mid 60s again in Rapid City.
It still looks like another storm system will be heading into KELOLAND late Thursday into Friday, with heavy rain possible in the northern Black Hills. Right now, this storm still looks warmer than the last one, but we will keep and eye on the details the next few days. An inch of rain could fall in the northern Black Hills. More unsettled weather is possible early next week.
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