A weak system is crossing through our area today. That will lead to some additional cloud cover and slightly cooler temperatures for many of us. We’re still quite mild from overnight, and a south wind picked up East River. There are a few sprinkles just across the border from Aberdeen that should eventually cross into far NE South Dakota.
While today will be slightly cooler, it’s definitely not a lost weekend day. Highs will be above average and we’ll have gusty periods. As that cold air moves south, we could see a few late-day thundershowers along the Iowa and Nebraska borders. Some of these could bubble up closer to Sioux Falls, but that would be by this evening. There will also be a few showers West River today. These will linger overnight and move east along Interstate 90 tomorrow morning. After these clear out, our Monday should actually be pretty nice. There is another wave of cold air coming behind this, though, late Monday night. That will chill us from Tuesday through the end of the workweek. We start getting into better rain chances late Tuesday and Wednesday East River. The end of the week looks just slightly drier as an upper-level system drags in more clouds.