Showers developed overnight in western South Dakota, but most other areas are starting dry this morning with another nice day forecast in much of the east with highs in the mid 70s.
Winds will be a little stronger from the southeast at 15-25 this afternoon, with stronger winds likely west river. Highs in Rapid City will be cooler in the 60s.
Scattered showers will move along the Nebraska border tonight and also in the Black Hills as a storm system tracks to our south. We will see a few showers by tomorrow morning along the South Dakota/Nebraska border around Vermillion and Yankton, but clouds will be main impact north of I-90.
Friday will be mainly dry with highs in the 70s, with warmer weather this weekend into the 80s. There could also be scattered t-storms this weekend into much of next week as a large trough of low pressure stalls to our west. This is a favorable pattern for clusters of storms and warm,windy weather.