Update 11:00 a.m.
The rain has lightened and conditions have stabilized in the Keystone and Rapid City areas.
Those in low-lying areas are still on requested to keep watch on changing conditions. The voluntary evacuation is no longer in effect.
There is minor flooding on roadways in Rapid City and Rapid Valley. We encourage residents to be mindful of changing conditions.
The National Weather Service is forecasting up to 1" additional rain this morning. Heavy rain, melting snow and strong winds are expected to bring down compromised tree limbs and may result in flooding and downed power lines. Please prepare your family.
If you have questions or need resources for storm-related issues such as debris removal, electrical repairs, roof damage, basic needs such as food, shelter, or animal removal from agricultural properties, dial 2-1-1. Callers experiencing emotional distress can also call for listening and support or to find counseling resources. Agencies needing volunteers, and volunteers wanting to help, should dial 2-1-1 for assistance.
The city of Keystone and surrounding areas are currently experiencing heavy rainfall leading to rising creek levels and flash flooding. Residents in these areas are asked to move to higher ground and stay away from rising creeks. Please heed the warning of response agencies and act quickly.