Temperatures this morning are warmer than the record setting lows from this weekend. In fact, Pierre is twenty degrees warmer this morning when compared to the record chill of forty-four degrees Sunday morning.
We currently have an area of rain in eastern Nebraska moving east and slightly northeast. A lot of this will die out as it moves closer to South Dakota and Iowa.
A cold front will eventually move out of North Dakota late this afternoon and evening to bring scattered storms to central and western South Dakota. Highs will remain below average today with the seventies in eastern South Dakota to the eighties in central and western KELOLAND.
Isolated storms will be possible as we head into the overnight, but many locations will stay dry. Lows will fall to near sixty degrees by the morning. Areas of fog will also be possible in eastern and southeast KELOLAND late tonight and Tuesday morning.
After the fog burns away, skies will be partly sunny for Tuesday. Scattered storms will once again be possible for northeast, central, and western South Dakota during the late afternoon and evening.
I think the rain chances will hold off until after dark in southeast KELOLAND. Highs will be in the low eighties on Tuesday.
Temperatures will remain a couple of degrees below average for the week and into the weekend. Scattered showers and storms will be more prevalent in central and western South Dakota during that time with only a couple of chances in the east and southeast.