Tomorrow will be breezy and warm with highs in the seventies in central and eastern KELOLAND but western South Dakota will have thicker clouds and cooler temperatures. The thicker clouds will also give western KELOLAND a chance for scattered showers and storms, while the central and east remain dry.
A weak storm system will move just to the south of KELOLAND on Thursday which will result in thicker clouds and slightly cooler temperatures. But a stronger system for the weekend will bring strong south winds which will help increase the heat and humidity for the weekend. Highs this weekend will hit the eighties in many areas with scattered storms possible on Sunday.
Scattered showers and storms in western and southwest KELOLAND will continue this evening and tonight while central and eastern KELOLAND stay dry. Lows will fall to the forties and lower fifties tonight with light southeast winds.