Storm Center Update-Monday AM
June 14, 2010, 8:34 AM
Scattered showers continue this morning, but heavy rain is not in the forecast. Flood warnings remain in effect for many rivers including the Big Sioux, James, and Vermillion. Countless smaller streams and creeks remain very high this morning after 4-8” of rain since Thursday in parts of eastern KELOLAND.
Again, the rain today will not be heavy, but clouds and scattered showers will keep highs in the 60s. Clouds and showers will depart tonight, setting the stage for better weather tomorrow. Skies will become partly cloudy from west to east with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Wednesday will be warmer and dry to start, but more humid as well. I think highs will get into the 80s with unstable air returning to KELOLAND. This will set the stage for strong to severe storms in the late afternoon west river, with a line of storms moving east during the overnight into Thursday morning. We have a couple of days to watch this pattern. Other storms will redevelop on Thursday in eastern KELOLAND with more scattered strong to severe storms.
We are looking at a break on Friday from any organized t-storms, but scattered rain may return by late in the weekend.
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