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Tyler Roney, KDLT Chief Meteorologist

Forecast updated 6/16/19 at 4:00 p.m.

Happy Father's Day! We're tracking some spotty showers and thunderstorms mainly in western South Dakota and portions of central South Dakota as well. These storms aren't expected to become severe, but will impact outdoor activities throughout tonight.

Heading into this upcoming week, we're tracking an active week of weather ahead. Expect rain for Monday especially along and south of I-90. This will stay as rainfall, but a couple of rumbles of thunder will be possible. Temperatures will stay constant this week and stay in the mid to upper 70's with overnight lows in the mid to upper 50's. More storm chances will linger on Tuesday as well. As we go throughout the rest of the week, we can expect storm chances essentially every day throughout the Sioux Empire.

This doesn't mean that it will be constantly raining throughout the entire week all day, but we will be tracking spotty storms moving through the region. We'll continue that trend all the way through Saturday. Make sure to stay tuned to KDLT online, on the air, and utilizing our social media pages as we track the storms and keep you all updated on them as many of you will have outdoor plans.

We look to finally have a full dry day with no rainfall across the entire area next Sunday with temperatures hanging right in the mid 70's for highs.

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