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Storms Sweep Across KELOLAND

June 1, 2014, 12:35 PM

Storms Sweep Across KELOLAND
Courtesy: Miranda Cantine

Rain swept across KELOLAND Saturday, and many would agree it was needed. KELOLAND Meteorologist Grant Smith compiled a list of rain totals as of 10:15 a.m.

Leading the way was Luverne which received 3.38 inches of rain followed by 2.57 inches about one mile northwest of Dell Rapids. The Sioux Falls NWS measured 2.35 inches of rain at their office. Two miles north of Chester received 2.33 inches of rain.

Smith says to expect more severe weather today. Be sure to keep up to date with KELOLAND.com/weather and with the Storm Tracker App.

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