The chances for rain decrease on Sunday and Monday as temperatures fall from highs on Sunday in the sixties and seventies to the middle sixties on Monday. The trend for cooler weather will continue into next week, but skies will finally start to dry out. The next chance for rain after Monday will be Thursday in western South Dakota and Friday in the east.
More rain is on the way for this evening and tonight. The areas with the best chance for the rain will be central and eastern KELOLAND. Another half inch to inch of rain is not out of the question in these areas. The rain will linger into Saturday morning, but drier air will help scour out the clouds for the afternoon. With the expectant sunshine, highs temperatures will rebound from the forties and fifties in the morning to the sixties and seventies by the afternoon. With low pressure located over South Dakota Saturday combining with sunshine and slightly humid air, expect redeveloping showers and storms for the late afternoon and evening hours on Saturday.