SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – South Dakota’s pingpong weather is continuing as the National Weather Service issued frost advisories for central parts of the state and flood warnings in the southeast.
Friday began in much of the state as sunny and warm, but that quickly changed to cloud cover. KELO-TV reports that nice weather should return Saturday.
Last weekend, a storm system dumped hail and rain on Mitchell, damaging cars and forcing residents to spend much of the week drying out their homes. One man died.
The Weather Service highlights as far north as Mitchell and as far south as Sioux City, Iowa, as being at risk for flooding. KDLT-TV reports that Aberdeen, Mobridge, Redfield, Pierre and Miller all are affected by the frost advisories.
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