Thursday will be dry with mostly sunny skies. Highs on Thursday will be in the sixties to near seventy. Showers and storms will develop late in the afternoon in western KELOLAND and eventually move into central and eastern KELOLAND Thursday night and Friday. With the clouds and rain on Friday, highs will be at least ten degrees below average with highs in the low to middle sixties.
Saturday will start dry, but another round of storms will develop later in the day and during the night. Highs on Saturday will stay below average with highs in the sixties to near seventy. Sunday will be mostly dry, but skies will be mostly cloudy with highs remaining in the sixties to near seventy. Memorial Day is looking wet with showers and storms. Temperatures on Memorial Day will range from the middle seventies in Sioux Falls to the middle sixties in Rapid City.
Rain in northwest Iowa will gradually come to an end this evening and early tonight. Along with the decrease in rain, skies will become partly cloudy in southeast KELOLAND while mostly clear skies will be found elsewhere. Lows tonight will fall to the upper thirties in northern KELOLAND to the lower forties for everyone else. Winds will also gradually decrease this evening and tonight.