Major Storm to Hit South Dakota on Friday October 4, 2013

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Major Storm it on its way for South Dakota on Friday October 4, 2013 and it will bring 30+ mm or rain and some Very Strong Winds and it will rain Sideways in South Dakota and the Low Pressure System is gonna Intensify because the Warm and Humid Air is gonna Meet the Cold air coming from the North that will cause the Storm to Get Stronger and People in South Dakota Be Prepared have your Rubber Boots and your Rain Coats and your Rain Suits Ready and when you go for a walk Don't Open up your Umbrella or your Umbrella will be Broken because the winds will be Very Strong and the Storm will also Affect Parts of Nebraska and Parts of Minnesota as well and the storm will also bring colder Temperatures in South Dakota and may bring some Wet Snow in South Dakota too Order your Pizzas and Chinese Food and Buy Bottle of Water and Cases of Pepsi and Coke and Don't Drive your Car through the Puddles Especially Very Deep Puddles or your car will get stalled and when you go for a walk wear your Rain Coat and Rain Gear and Rubber Boots and Have your Hood up on your head to keep your head dry and Don't open up your umbrella or the Wind will break the Umbrella and have your iPads, iPods, iPhones, Cell Phones and Tablets Charged and have your 3G and 4G Mobile Internet Ready and Have your Extra Batteries, Flashlights, Candles and Crank up Radio Ready just in case the Power Goes out during the Storm in South Dakota on Friday.

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