SIOUX FALLS, S.D.(KELO)- While this spring saw an unprecedented amount of wind advisories and warnings, things have slowed as we approach the summer months.
KELOland Meteorologist Scot Mundt:
According to the National Weather Service, Sioux Falls saw a record 15 wind advisories issued through April
Last year, nearly all of South Dakota experienced drought conditions at one point.
Mundt saids current conditions vary throughout the state.
Mundt says that some parts of NE South Dakota are still too wet to plant crops.
Temperatures so far in June have remained below average for much of our area.
But KELOland Meteorologist Scot Mundt doesn’t think the cooler weather will stick around