Above normal temperatures continue on Thursday. We’ll be turning our eyes to the west however, as thunderstorms erupt over the western Dakotas Thursday evening. These storms will diminish as the move eastward Friday morning, but will set the stage for additional strong storms later in the day on Friday. Unsettled weather continues through the upcoming weekend, with a powerful front moving through Saturday. High temperatures Saturday will range from 60 to 75 depending on where you are located relative to the front.
Rain will come in waves as we finish the week and move through the upcoming weekend. Thunderstorms will impact areas west of the James River Friday morning with thunderstorms redeveloping from south central South Dakota through northeastern South Dakota Friday afternoon and night. A frontal boundary will push rain southeast slowly Saturday, bringing rain to portions of Southwest Minnesota, Northwest Iowa, and areas of Northeast Nebraska much later than other areas with the greatest impacts from rain in those areas on Saturday night and Sunday.
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