A storm system carrying a warm front and a cold front through South Dakota today may bring the risk for severe thunderstorms later this afternoon and into the evening and overnight hours.
This morning, low clouds and drizzle will continue keeping air temperatures down.
An additional surge of moisture over Nebraska has already developed showers and thunderstorms that are forecast to move northward in southeast, South Dakota. Severe weather is not expected with these storms, but small hail cannot be ruled out.
Later today the forecast becomes more complex with higher uncertainty on thunderstorm development. A warm front will continue to push through the area, increasing the chances for the low clouds to clear out and warmer temperatures to move into the region. If this occurs, thunderstorm development increases as well as the risk for severe weather with large hail, damaging winds, and even tornadoes.
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