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Storm Center Update - Friday PM

September 7, 2012, 2:30 PM by Ben Cathey

Clouds and wind will continue to slowly decrease this evening and tonight.  It will eventually lead to mostly clear skies and light winds.  Temperatures will fall to the low to middle forties by sunrise.

The weekend will be dry with warming temperatures.  Highs will return to near eighty in eastern KELOLAND on Sunday while middle eighties will be common in central and western South Dakota. 

The warming trend will continue into early next week with nineties returning to central and western South Dakota on Monday.  Middle to upper eighties will be common in eastern KELOLAND.  Slightly cooler air will move in on Tuesday and Wednesday, but it looks like we'll stay dry.

 

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