If you are familiar with last summer, you may even remember that a similar cold snap occurred during the last week of July. It was actually cooler last year with temps in the mid-60s to low-70s. It appears we have another end to July that is reminding many of fall rather than summer.
The high pressure that will move into the upper Midwest will be a two-sided system. On one side, we will see plenty of sunshine, but on the other side, it’s going to basically eliminate the possibility of rainfall. Many locations are 1”-3” BELOW average rainfall for the month of July. Although the drought situation is minor, and located in small pockets in southern SD, we could still use some to ease the cost of monthly water bills.
Have a wonderful week!
Brian Kirk Meteorologist Stay tuned to KDLT & KDLT.com for all your weather updates.