The sweat continues dripping off of our foreheads as little relief showed up on Friday. Temperatures were down a handful of degrees, but the dew points were back into the upper 60s to mid 70s. Winds were out of the east, just enforcing the still present bubble of warm air encompassing the middle portions of the country.
Moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific are beginning to pour in/over the Rocky Mountains, and we are directly in the line of sight for this round of precipitation. Eastern South Dakota is beginning to be the favorite location for heavy rain (1-3”) by most models. There is also a threat for Severe Weather in northeastern SD and western MN for Saturday, so keep your eye open!