Rain showers (and possible snow showers) will be scattered Saturday night and into Sunday morning. While light rain will be possible in eastern KELOLAND Sunday morning, the clouds will slowly break up for the afternoon. Temperatures on Sunday morning will be in the middle thirties, while afternoon highs will be a little warmer than Saturday, they will still be below average.
Next week is looking drier and warmer. Highs will rebound to the sixties on Monday with some areas getting to the lower seventies by midweek.
Isolated showers will come to an end in eastern KELOLAND late this evening, but more rain is on the way later tonight and into Saturday. The best locations to get rain will be in northeast South Dakota and western Minnesota, where some flakes of snow might also mix in. Temperatures will remain well below average with morning lows in the middle thirties in many locations and highs in the forties and lower fifties for Saturday.