Temperatures will go up and down all week. After the push of cool air Wednesday, temperatures will warm back to the seventies and eighties on Thursday and Friday, and then another hit of cool weather moves in on Sunday.
A couple of stray showers are being picked up on KELOLAND Live Doppler in central South Dakota this morning. These showers will slowly move east this morning with only a couple hundredths of rain possible. While the showers will come to an end this morning, redevelopment is possible around 5:00 this afternoon in northeast KELOLAND. The redeveloping showers can be expected from Aberdeen to Watertown and areas northeast. Better chances for rain will arrive Tuesday and Wednesday as moisture increases from the south. There’s even a chance for severe weather tomorrow in southeast KELOLAND (from Marshall to Platte and southeast). Temperatures today and Tuesday will hit the seventies to near eighty degrees, but cooler air on Wednesday will pull temperatures down to the sixties in some areas with chances for rain.