It's going to be a warm day ahead of a fall-like blast of cooler air come Monday. We'll have plentiful sunshine but also noticeably breezy south winds. Most of the weekend will remain but clouds will be thicker tomorrow.
West River and the Black Hills will be much warmer with highs up to the middle 90s. High fair-weather clouds will move in later this afternoon but they will not amount to much. Tomorrow the winds change and come out of the north but the front will likely stall just north of Sioux Falls. That means the cooler air will push into our area but the southeast will be about the same as today. Behind the cold air the winds will be windy West River.
The week's most organized shot of rain is Sunday night into Monday morning. Most computer models now place the best rains in Minnesota so we will catch the back edge of rains again. We've bumped up the rain chances in Aberdeen just a bit for Monday morning. This won't be a drought buster, since most showers won't produce more than a quarter inch total.
The clouds eventually leave late Monday but we won't warm up very much. We'll only get up to the middle 60s. Clouds stick around much of the workweek and it will be cooler. There is only a slight chance at more rain for the coming week, so the drought will stay around.