Scattered showers and storms in central South Dakota will continue through the morning. There is very little movement with these storms, so if you’re caught underneath one, be ready for periods of heavy rain and even small hail. Eastern and western South Dakota will stay dry this morning and afternoon. As storms diminish in central South Dakota, skies will start to clear in the late morning and early afternoon for central KELOLAND. Winds will be strong in western South Dakota today with speeds of twenty to thirty-five miles per hour from the south. Highs will once again be above average with temperatures in the eighties to near ninety.
Scattered showers and storms will develop in western and southwestern South Dakota late this afternoon and early this evening. These storms will slowly move east into central South Dakota tonight. Scattered showers and storms will once again be possible in central South Dakota Wednesday morning. This activity will eventually go away during the late morning, but another round of rain will develop in the afternoon and evening in central South Dakota. Highs on Wednesday will range from the upper seventies in western South Dakota (due to north winds) to the eighties in the central and west.
The scattered storms will eventually move into eastern KELOLAND Thursday and through the weekend. Temperatures will remain warm from now through the weekend with highs mainly in the eighties.