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HYDROLOGIC OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE RAPID CITY SD
134 PM MDT SUN SEP 28 2014

...STRONG STORM SYSTEM TO BRING WIDESPREAD RAIN...

A STRONG STORM SYSTEM OVER THE DESERT SOUTHWEST WILL MOVE SLOWLY
NORTHEAST OVER THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS...AND BRING WIDESPREAD RAIN
TO NORTHEAST WYOMING AND WESTERN DAKOTA. THE FIRST ROUND OF RAIN
WILL SPREAD NORTHEAST ACROSS NORTHEAST WYOMING AND FAR WESTERN
SOUTH DAKOTA TONIGHT. THERE MAY BE SOME BREAK IN THE PRECIPITATION
ON MONDAY...BUT A MORE SIGNIFICANT ROUND OF RAIN WILL CROSS THE
REGION MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH LATE TUESDAY AS THE UPPER LOW TRACKS
THROUGH WESTERN SOUTH DAKOTA.

TOTAL RAINFALL AMOUNTS OF 1 TO 2 INCHES ARE EXPECTED WITH THIS
STORM SYSTEM...WITH LOCAL AMOUNTS UP TO 3 INCHES IN AND AROUND THE
BLACK HILLS. ALTHOUGH FLOODING DOES NOT LOOK TO BE A MAJOR
THREAT...RESIDENTS SHOULD MONITOR CREEKS AND STREAMS AS THEY ARE
EXPECTED TO RISE.

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