Rain will come to an end in east central and southeast KELOLAND late this afternoon and early evening. Some of the heaviest rain today was in south central South Dakota where our weathernet in Platte picked up 2.14”. Other reports include: Vermillion 1.05”, Elk Point .77”, Marty .56”, Yankton .55”, Pierre .48”, Chamberlain .31”, Winner .28”, Mitchell .26” and Sioux Falls .23”.
Clouds will slowly depart this evening and tonight and lows will fall to the fifties. Western South Dakota will have developing storms this afternoon and evening, but they will remain scattered.
Saturday will be mostly sunny to partly cloudy with temperatures remaining below average, middle to upper seventies. The Hills of western KELOLAND will have another round of scattered storms during the afternoon.
The rain will move into central and eastern KELOLAND on Sunday as highs remain below average.
Below average temperatures will continue through next week.