FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 04, 2015
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Overnight Rain Totals

Rainfall totals for the past 24 hours ending at 7am on 7/28/2015.

CITY 24 Hour Rain
SOUTH DAKOTA
YANKTON
1.66
CHAMBERLAIN
1.61
Madison
1.32
CUSTER
1.28
SISSETON
1.14
WATERTOWN
0.83
ELLSWORTH AFB
0.78
RAPID CITY
0.74
HURON
0.69
MOBRIDGE
0.63
BROOKINGS
0.56
ABERDEEN
0.56
SIOUX FALLS
0.51
WINNER
0.36
PIERRE
0.32
MITCHELL
0.30
PHILIP
0.27
Spearfish
0.17
FAITH
0.07
Winner
0.00
MINNESOTA
WHEATON NDB
2.17
ORTONVILLE
1.25
ALEXANDRIA
0.94
MADISON
0.83
PIPESTONE
0.79
Canby
0.73
MORRIS MUNI
0.72
MANKATO
0.69
Willmar
0.69
Granite Falls
0.68
Luverne
0.61
MARSHALL/RYAN
0.54
WINDOM MUNI AIRP
0.50
Slayton
0.30
ST. JAMES
0.27
NEW ULM MUNI
0.26
REDWOOD FALL
0.23
MONTEVIDEO
0.23
JACKSON MUNI
0.22
OLIVIA
0.21
WORTHINGTON
0.14
FAIRMONT MUNI
0.12
APPLETON MUNICIP
0.01
IOWA
FORT DODGE
1.71
Cherokee
1.63
Orange City
1.31
LE MARS
1.24
SHELDON
0.92
Storm Lake
0.72
SIOUX CITY 1.47
Spencer 0.26
Estherville 0.44

Severe storms across Minneaota today

There s a moderate risk for severe storms across much of central and eastern Minneaota today. While the main threat is large hail and damaging straight line wind gusts, tornadoes are also possible. 

Here’s the 11:30 AM severe weather outlook for 7/12/15. For the latest SPC severe weahter outlook, click here. I’ll tweet and post all warnings to my facebook weather page. @shawncable or facebook.com/shawncable.   

Severe Storms are Possible This Afternoon/Evening

Severe thunderstorms are possible across Southeast South Dakota (including Sioux Falls), Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa this afternoon and evening. The primary threat will be large hail, however, a few tornadoes are possible. Stay tuned for updates as weather develops throughout the day. 

I tweet and facebook all warnings. Follow me @ShawnCable or see tweets from our entire weather team, interactive doppler and more here: http://www.ksfy.com/weather/alert

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