Aside from the current storms in southeast KELOLAND, everyone will have a 20 to 30 percent chance for rain tonight with temperatures falling to near sixty degrees by the morning.
Tuesday will bring another round of rain to KELOLAND as the main low passes through. The rain tomorrow will be a little more widespread in central South Dakota during the day, eventually moving east during the evening and overnight. Highs on Tuesday will be in the middle seventies, about five degrees below average.
Wednesday has a good chance of staying dry, but some residual energy and moisture in eastern KELOLAND might be able to spark an isolated storm (20%). Highs on Wednesday will be in the seventies to near eighty.
Thursday is looking dry, but rain chances return on Friday and into the weekend with temperatures near eighty.
Storms in and around Mitchell have been responsible for heavy rain and hail. Hail reports include: ping pong to golf ball size near Mount Vernon, half-dollar size near Plankinton, and three-quarter inch hail in Mitchell. These storms will slowly move east/northeast through the afternoon and evening. We’ll have developing storms on the southern edge of this cluster. Any storms that do develop in southeast KELOLAND will have the possibility of containing heavy rain and hail.