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Brandon Spinner, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

More of the same, or at least so it seems. After a little bit of a break late Sunday and into Monday where we saw a good amount of sunshine, things turned back to the rainy side as a clipper system brought us more rain and moisture. Storms have pretty much dumped on Brookings this afternoon with some spots in that area near or over a half inch of rain. More rain on the way overnight tonight and into tomorrow as we will see cooler temperatures as well!

Tonight will be mild with the low to mid 40s out there, wind out of the northwest will calm down a bit around 5 to 10 mph! Clouds will staying widespread across the area, but rain should actually die down quite a bit. That won’t last into Tuesday though… As we move into the morning and the daytime hours scattered showers and storms will pop up with the daytime energy. Temperatures wont be anywhere near our average as we will stay into the low to mid 50s, which is 15 to 20 degrees below where we should be for this time of the year. Rain wont be significant, but some spots could see a couple hundredths to a couple of tenths of rainfall, with the heaviest spots possibly close to a quarter inch. Wind will be a bit breezy from the north northwest at 15 to 30 mph.

Rain will die off as we get into the late evening and from there things are looking much nicer. Skies will clear overnight and into Wednesday finally bringing us a nice sunny day! Temperatures will still be cool, only climbing into the mid to upper 60s, but it is a start right? From there more warmth and sunshine for Thursday and Friday, however, some of us might see some showers and storms on Thursday, but it doesn’t look too significant. From there we look to stay dry until the end of the weekend with temperatures into the low to mid 70s!

MEMORIAL DAY FORECAST: An early look at the holiday forecast does show a chance for some storms and temperatures into the low 70s. The good news is that it is still a week out in the forecast and there is plenty of time for things to change!

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