A line of showers and storms in south central and southeast South Dakota will continue to move northeast this morning. This line contains heavy rain, lightning, small hail, and gusty winds. Once this line moves through, skies will clear and temperatures will warm to the eighties, but we’ll have to watch for redeveloping storms later this afternoon.
Storms today have a chance to become strong to severe; the Storm Prediction Center has all of KELOLAND in a slight risk for severe weather.
Temperatures will warm to the eighties and nineties on Tuesday.
The best chance for a storm tomorrow will be in eastern KELOLAND, right on the edge of the hot nineties in central and western South Dakota. After Tuesday’s chance for rain, dry skies and warm temperatures will last through the rest of the work week.
Temperatures will cool slightly for the weekend, but many locations will still be at or above average. Along with the cooler air a stray storm may pop here and there.