On at the present time in 1961: A twister touched down west of Sundance on US Highway 14 inflicting $25,000 in harm.
Wednesday night, there will be rising clouds. I’m not ruling out a stray bathe or two in direction of Buffalo, S.D., in addition to Lemmon. Overnight Low: 51°F. Wind: NE 5-10 MPH shifting to the SW in a single day.
What I’m watching:
I’m quick forwarding to Thursday as Futurecast is choosing up rain and snow possibilities, particularly in direction of Ekalaka.
By Thursday at midday, every part sags farther south as that low swings via which will drop the temperature.
By Friday, one other one swings via, giving us a a lot colder start to the weekend. Friday’s highs will be within the higher 40s – low 50s. Then we keep within the 50s & 60s for Saturday and Sunday.
Have an awesome remainder of the night.