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Extreme Rains in the Region

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Rainfall records are being set and broken in many areas of the region in the first half of June.
South Dakota State Climatologist Dennis Todey says while this is normally the wettest part of the year, this has gone to an extreme……


Todey says while flooding in some areas has been extensive, he says it could have been worse………….


Todey says it looks like the stormy conditions should calm down by next week…………….

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