SOUTH DAKOTA - Scattered severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes are once again expected along and ahead of a very slow moving cold front. This cold front that is currently situated across the west will advance eastward across the state setting up the stage for additional severe storms. Thunderstorms are forecast to develop by mid to late afternoon and continue into the evening hours.
Just like what we saw on Sunday, thunderstorms may continue to go over the same locations causing some heavy amounts of rain. Rainfall amounts of two to three inches cannot be ruled out with the best risk across south-central to northeast, South Dakota. This includes the cities of Brookings, Castlewood, Chamberlain, Clark, Clear Lake, De Smet, Huron, Milbank, Mitchell, Sisseton, Wagner, Webster, and Watertown.