The second half of the weekend brought heavy rain to parts of southeast KELOLAND and more is on the way.
After looking for rain, there are some parts of KELOLAND wanting it to stop. Especially in northwest Iowa and southwest Minnesota where the amounts have easily been over two inches. Unfortunately, more is on the way.
As we officially start summer later this week, we’ll be below average for temperatures with many having highs in the 60s and 70s. Along with the cooler temps, we’ll watch for periods of rain, mainly across southern KELOLAND.
Computer models are suggesting that there will be areas of heavy rain with amounts projected to be over 2″ from western South Dakota to southeast KELOLAND. We’ve already seen some of those totals come in for extreme southeast South Dakota and northwest Iowa.
Northern South Dakota will have the best chance for dry conditions and sunshine through the middle part of the week, which is good news for some as heavy rain has been falling in north central South Dakota over the past week.