Storms should form early on this Father’s Day in SW South Dakota. We’re starting a new pattern today and that will take the storms on an unusual storm track. Most spots are clear and cool, though, and you should have several hours of great weather to enjoy!
Morning storms will push off to the east before making a turn for the southeast and heading into Nebraska. There is an elevated risk of severe weather today, mainly for wind and hail. This is focused over the Badlands and SW parts of the state. Storms will start out as separate pieces before forming into more of a cluster shape.
Many of us will warm into the lower 80s today before a weak system sweeps storms away. That system will cool us slightly tomorrow into the upper 70s. Apart from a few showers on Wyoming or Minnesota borders, we should remain dry tomorrow. Sunshine returns for part of tomorrow and especially by midweek.
There are a few chances of rain, however, as we go into Wednesday night. The showers could stick around Thursday, Friday and Saturday. These days shouldn’t be wash-outs because the showers will come in passing waves. Temperatures will climb late-week. Some areas will get close to 90° highs.