A round of thunderstorms moved into western, South Dakota on Saturday with some isolated strong to severe thunderstorms. Hail up to the size of golf balls (1.75") and wind gust of 61mph was reported with these storms.
Harding County received the most storm reports as a couple of severe thunderstorm moved across the county. About 8 miles southwest of Ralph, lot of hail ranging from the size of dimes, nickels and even quarter size came with a thunderstorm Saturday evening.
In the town of Reva, quarter size along with 50mph winds accompanied with the storm and in the town of Ludlow, golf ball size hail fell from the sky.
Earlier in the evening, a thunderstorm brought 50mph winds along with golf ball size hail about 9 miles northeast of Ralph which destroyed an entire wheat crop.
Another round of severe thunderstorms is in the forecast for today. The latest severe thunderstorm threat can be found on our severe weather page.