A cold front will continue to move through KELOLAND this afternoon and evening. The front will bring in cooler and drier air for Sunday and Monday.
In the meantime, scattered showers and storms have developed behind the front, currently just west of Aberdeen. It’s the storms that develop ahead of the front that will have a chance to become strong to severe this afternoon and evening.
There is a Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect for eastern KELOLAND until 9:00. Once your winds become northwest, the cold front will be through your area and your chances for severe weather will diminish.
Because the front will be through much of KELOLAND by later this evening, the overnight will be dry. Lows will fall to the fifties to near sixty.
Sunday will be cooler with highs in the seventies in eastern KELOLAND to the low eighties in central and western South Dakota. Not only will it be cooler, but the air will feel a lot drier as dew point temperatures will be in the fifties.
The cool air will last for eastern KELOLAND on Labor Day, while central and western South Dakota warm back to the middle and upper eighties. Much of next week will be dry, the only chance for rain is on Wednesday.