December 4, 2020

SOUTH DAKOTAS WEATHER IS ALWAYS ON OUR RADAR

Day County Sees Flooding

Authorities are asked motorists and people to stay out of the Blue Dog Lake area as flooding continues.  The Day County Sheriff's Office posted this image on Facebook showing roads under water and homes flooded.

The agency stated yesterday that decent flooding is going on at Blue Dog Lake in northeast, South Dakota.  The roads are closed and only residents are allowed in the area.

On Friday, the area saw quite of bit of rain with 5.50 inches falling about 5 miles northeast of Bristol, 2.80 inches 3 miles northwest of Roslyn and 2.10 inches in Webster.

Today was a mostly dry day but more rain is in the forecast by the start of the work week.

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Photo Credit:  Day County Sheriff's Office