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Broken Clouds

76°F

Hi: 78° Lo: 57°

(Feels like 76°F)
Precipitation: 0%
Humidity: 62%

Dewpoint: 62°
Heat Index: 76°
Wind Direction: E
Wind Speed: 6 mph

Sunrise: 05:46:00 am
Sunset: 09:11:45 pm

More clouds than sunshine at times with warming temperatures.

Saturday

Hi: 76° Lo: 60
Sunday

Hi: 79° Lo: 63
Monday

Hi: 75° Lo: 64
Tuesday

Hi: 81° Lo: 64
Wednesday

Hi: 85° Lo: 65
Thursday

Hi: 85° Lo: 63

6 PM


75°

Humidity: 56%
Precip: 0%

7 PM


74°

Humidity: 57%
Precip: 0%

8 PM


73°

Humidity: 61%
Precip: 0%

9 PM


69°

Humidity: 68%
Precip: 0%

10 PM


67°

Humidity: 75%
Precip: 10%

11 PM


65°

Humidity: 80%
Precip: 10%
12 AM | 63°
| 10%
1 AM | 63°
| 10%
2 AM | 62°
| 10%
3 AM | 60°
| 10%
4 AM | 60°
| 10%
5 AM | 60°
| 10%
6 AM | 60°
| 10%
7 AM | 60°
| 10%
8 AM | 62°
| 10%
9 AM | 68°
| 20%
10 AM | 70°
| 20%
11 AM | 71°
| 20%
12 PM | 73°
| 20%
1 PM | 74°
| 30%
2 PM | 74°
| 40%
3 PM | 75°
| 40%
4 PM | 76°
| 60%
5 PM | 76°
| 70%

Partly Cloudy With Some Isolated Storms

6/22/2018 | From KSFY Television Meteorologist Sam Gabrielli

With conditions quieting down to wrap up the week, there will be clouds from time to time tonight as low temperatures will stay in the low 60s. There will be a chance for some isolated storms this evening and into tonight for our far western cities, but they will be very spotty in coverage.

This weekend will mainly stay dry but there will be a chance for some isolated showers and storms Saturday afternoon for most of us. One or two storms could be strong but nothing severe. High temperatures on Saturday should stay in the upper 70s to the east with some spots in the low and mid 80s in Central and Northern SD.

There will be another chance for some isolated storms on Sunday, but the only spot that has the best chance for storms looks to be far South Central SD and Northern SD (again the severe threat is extremely low).

Looking ahead into next week, the unsettled pattern will continue into Monday and Tuesday with temperatures gradually warming into next week. Upper 80s and 90s will be here before you know it, so enjoy the cooler temperatures if you are not a heat fan!


 

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