Rain, fog continues for most in W. SD and WY
Saturated grounds continue to contribute to flooding
Despite complaints of continued rainfall, foggy and rainy conditions will continue today for many areas.
Waves of rain with periods of dense fog will take place throughout the Black Hills and foothills. Further into the northern plains, a few areas of sunshine could help temperatures break into the 60s. Otherwise, cloud cover will keep temperatures in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Rainfall over the past few days has been steady but heavy at times, dumping 1-2.5″ in areas already experiencing minor flooding.
Moderate flooding is forecasted for areas near Kakoka on the White River. Cresting should occur by Friday but near record gauge levels.
Rain is expected to become more scattered overnight but still continue in some areas Wednesday. Rainfall should finally start to clear into Thursday, welcoming temperatures back into the 60s and 70s. Flood watches and warnings continue through the week due to very saturated ground conditions.
Another 1-1.5″ of rain is expected between today and Tuesday evening.