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Grandpa Used to Say “I Smell Rain Moving In!” Could He? What is the Smell of Rain?

Watching the thunder and lighting last night reminded me of when people use to say they could smell rain coming. I wanted to know if that was a real thing or an old wives tale. I found this video from The Weather Channel that explains it.

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10 River Gauges in South Dakota Near Flood Stage

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Heavy rain over the past couple of days will delay harvest across much of South Dakota and is pushing up the water level in rivers and streams.

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Wet fields have prevented some farmers from planting corn and soybeans.
Wet fields have prevented some farmers from planting corn and soybeans.

Enough With the Rain?

You might remember when state tourism promoters called South Dakota the "Land of Infinite Variety."

Once again, I've got your "infinite variety" right here.

We're one year removed from a drought, but this year, it would seem we've gone the other way, at least so far

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Rain Limits Crop Activity for Farmers in South Dakota

Rain across much of South Dakota limited planting activities for farmers last week.

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Sioux Falls Flooding
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Officials Say Rains Ease Drought in Much of South Dakota

Officials say recent rains have eased the drought in much of South Dakota, but problems remain in some western areas of the state.

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Big Sioux River Flood Warning

Heavy rain cause flooding.

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Snow, Rain Improve Drought, but Deep Soil Dry

Officials say snow and rain in the past month have improved drought conditions in much of South Dakota, but soil deep below the surface is still very dry.

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South Dakota State University Extension Wants Precipitation Report Help

BROOKINGS - SDSU Extension is looking for South Dakotans to join a national network of volunteer precipitation observers to track rain, hail and snow across the state.

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