Storm Center Update – Tuesday AM March 26


Today will be warmer than yesterday, and we’ll keep warming it up into tomorrow.

In the meantime, there’s thick fog again this morning in western South Dakota.  Dense Fog Advisories are out for the morning in western and south central South Dakota.  The fog will slowly burn off during the morning and give way to sunshine. 

Highs today will be in the 40s, 50s, and 60s.  Winds will be slightly stronger today from a southerly direction.

Melting will continue tonight as temperatures remain above freezing.

We’ll heat it up again tomorrow with temperatures in the 50s60s, and 70s.  

Now on to the flooding.  As warmer temperatures continue to move north, more and more melting will occur.  The water will eventually runoff into areas rivers.  Here’s a look at some river forecasts in KELOLAND.  

As a storm system gets closer later this week, clouds will increase, and we’ll have a slight chance for rain on Thursday.  Cold air will feed into the system from the north to allow for a chance of snow in western South Dakota Thursday night and Friday.  We’ll watch of accumulating snow in western South Dakota during that time, but the rain/snow chances are not as high in eastern South Dakota as the system will move south by the time it reaches parts of eastern South Dakota.

The weekend will be dry with temperatures in the 30s and 40s to start on Saturday, but we’ll finish with 40s and 50s on Sunday.

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