KSFY Severe Weather Team Forecast
Spotty Storms This Weekend
6/23/2018 | From KSFY Television Meteorologist Sam GabrielliThere will be a few showers and storms along and east of the James River through the remainder of Saturday. One or two of these storms may become severe with a brief funnel, gusty winds and small hail as the primary threats. The storms will weaken as the afternoon becomes evening and temperatures will stay in the 70s this evening. Overnight, it will be partly to mostly cloudy as low temperatures will stay in the 60s.
Sunday's forecast is almost a copy and paste from Saturday's weather as high temperatures will mainly stay in the upper 70s and low 80s with a few isolated showers and storms possible once again. The coverage of Sunday's storms will be a little more spotty than Sunday but spots that see the heavy rainfall could see 0.25-0.50" of rain at times.
The best bet for steady rain will be Monday as a decently strong wave makes its way north of out Nebraska. Most areas will see an overcast sky the entire day on Monday with some rounds of showers and storms likely across Eastern South Dakota. The good news is, this rain will help combat the Severe Drought in the Aberdeen area!
Once Monday's system wraps up, Tuesday through Friday is mainly looking dry, but be sure to turn on the Air Conditioning again! High temperatures are going to climb into the 90s by late next week!