UPDATE: Flash flood warning in effect for Meade County, including Sturgis

UPDATE: Latest forecast on severe weather over Meade County, including Sturgis.


NewsCenter1 is LIVE in Sturgis with the latest on severe weather that’s rolling through the Northern Hills.

There is currently a flash flood warning for Meade County in effect until 10:30 p.m. Friday.


UPDATE (4:09 p.m.) — Both the Lawrence County and Crook County tornado warnings have been cancelled. There is still possibility that new tornado warnings will be issued with current conditions.Additionally, flooding and large hail are a major concern for many parts of the Northern Hills extending down into Pennington County. A number of reports of ping pong sized hails have come in, particularly from the Spearfish area.Residents should be prepared to take shelter and should avoid traveling if possible.

Additionally, precautions should be taken now to protect pets and property.

Stay tuned to NewsCenter1 for updates.


 

 

 

 

UPDATE: NewsCenter1 is LIVE in Sturgis with the latest on severe weather that’s rolling through the Northern Hills.


UPDATE: The Crook County tornado warning has been cancelled, but a new warning has been extended to Lawrence County.

Radar indicated tornado activity 11 miles southwest of Spearfish. If it continues to move and maintains its strength, it may extend to the Whitewood and Sturgis area.

Rain and hail are also an issue, with flooding a major concern for the area.

Photo from the Rapid City National Weather Service Twitter

Stay tuned to NewsCenter1 for updates.


 

Tornado warning issued for Crook County, Wyoming. Radar indicated a tornado, with half dollar sized hail also a threat. The warning is in effect until 4 p.m.

Photo from the Rapid City National Weather Service Twitter

Residents should move to the interior of a sturdy structure away from windows and doors.

Stay tuned to NewsCenter1 for updates.

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