Unsettled weather will continue for KELOLAND through at least Wednesday, and it keeps me eyeing the record books.
While many in KELOLAND had dry skies and warm temperatures this weekend, rain has moved back in for the beginning of the work week. While things will be scattered over the next couple of days, more widespread and possibly heavy rain will be possible by Wednesday.
Wednesday will be the day rainfall amounts will approach an inch for southern KELOLAND. That added inch of rain will bring the totals for those along and south of Interstate 90 close to an inch and a half or more.
And we’ll continue to add to our already record wet year in southeast KELOLAND.
Southwest Minnesota continues to get hammered with rain. In fact, Worthington is within a third of an inch to crack the top five wettest starts to the year. Marshall is two and a third inches away, Brookings is almost 3 and Sioux Falls is over three and a half inches away. The cities listed here have already had their wettest first four months of the year.
After Wednesday, we’ll slowly dry out and warm up with highs returning to the 60s this weekend.